Translation of profoundly in Spanish:

profoundly

Pronunciation: /prəˈfaʊndli/

adv

  • 1.1 [analyze/discuss] en profundidad 1.2 [affect/alter] profundamente I apologize most profoundly [formal] le ruego acepte mis más sinceras disculpas [formal] profoundly ignorant people gente de una ignorancia supina it's profoundly uninteresting no tiene el más mínimo interés
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    • There's no reason why books have to be good to influence your life profoundly.
    • Modern Britain has also been profoundly shaped by its relations with continental Europe.
    • Austen understands profoundly that manners are a kind of morals.
    1.3 (deeply) [sleep/sigh] profundamente he's profoundly deaf es totalmente sordo, tiene sordera total
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    • On the contrary, they are often profoundly religious.
    • Without getting too philosophical, there is something inherent in technology itself which is profoundly anti-democratic.
    • They range from a 32-year-old who is profoundly mentally handicapped to a 97-year-old.

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