1(Of a plant) deeply implanted.
- Sukardi's company has been involved in a reforestation program since 2004, planting deep-rooted trees such as mahogany and pine varieties.
- In a drought, deep-rooted weeds are tightly held in the soil and have large root systems relative to the size of the tops.
- All those countries have a Mediterranean climate similar to ours, and George believes the Mid West is ready for these deep-rooted trees which thrive in such conditions.
1.1Firmly embedded in thought, behavior, or culture, and so having a persistent influence: deep-rooted concern about declining values
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- But the fall-off in ground attendance is also the result of deep-rooted changes in culture and customs which have influenced sport as a commodity.
- Here is the offering of a modern nation, vibrant, on the go, on one side, and which has a deep-rooted history, culture and ecology on the other.
- They are fighting a culture that is deep-rooted and obstinate.
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- When we feel our lives have a goal and purpose, it gives a sense of deep-rootedness.
- A more telling factor is the deep-rootedness of Chinese cultural forms and practises among the district residents.
- But given the deep-rootedness of prejudice in our culture, we should not be surprised that we still face a long and difficult task.
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