10cf746e54 The most profound or intense part or stage: the depth of despair; an experience that touched the depths of tragedy.b. In the Depths of Despair Studio album by Gone Postal Released December 1, 2008 Genre Death metal Length 37:15 Label Molestin Records . Click on the thesaurus category heading under the button in an entry to see the synonyms and related words for that meaning.morephraseContribute to our Open Dictionary Other entries for this word Related words plumb the depths (of something) phrase 1 a place that is very far away or very far inside an areaa tiny stream in the depths of the forestSynonyms and related words Specific types of distance:carry, climb, depth. This 2000s death metal albumrelated article is a stub. Encyclopedia. breadth, range, degree, extent, scope, magnitude, amplitude, comprehensiveness, extensiveness We were impressed with the depth of her knowledge.6. Acronyms. "Modern Misanthrope" - 01:53 "Postnatal Abortion" - 02:40 "Throne of Depravity" - 04:34 "Void Of Torment" - 03:49 "Soil Consumption" - 02:03 "Roar Of The Beheaded" - 04:12 "Defiant Creation" - 03:22 "Repulsive Hatred" - 05:21 "Shotgun Reality" - 03:34 "VIII" - 05:48 . The extent or measurement downward from a surface:deepness, drop.2.
(often plural) a vast space or abyss13. in depth thoroughly or comprehensively. The depth of colour was astonishing; The depth of his feeling prevented him from speaking. 4. Medical. [of water, hole, shelf] → profundidad f; [of room, building] → fondo m; [of hem] → ancho m; [of colour, feelings] → intensidad f; [of voice] → gravedad f, profundidad fat a depth of three metres → a tres metros de profundidaddepth of field (Phot) → profundidad f de campothe trench was two metres in depth → la zanja tena dos metros de profundidadto study a subject in depth → estudiar un tema a fondo or en profundidadit shows a great depth of knowledge of the subject → muestra un conocimiento muy profundo de la materiato get out of one's depth (lit) → perder pie (fig) → meterse en honduras, salirse de su terrenoto be out of one's depth (lit) → no tocar fondo, no hacer pie (fig) I'm out of my depth with physics → no entiendo nada de fsicahe felt out of his depth with these people → se senta perdido entre esta genteit is deplorable that anyone should sink to such depths → es deplorable que uno pueda caer tan bajo2. Intellectual penetration or range:deepness, profoundness, profundity. Oh my goodness.