take a deepAnd as I say, if they are perfect men, maybe they can take a deep breath and stop just like that.
deep breathHe took a deep breath.
deep insideFrom deep inside, a jeer, a sneer.
deep voice‘Damian,’ his deep voice said.
draw a deep
deep seaThey are very abundant on the desert surfaces of the American south-west, but are presumably rare localised in deep sea deposits.
so deepwas so deep we didn't need to dig a hole, just scrape
very deepThis suspicion runs very deep.
be deepIf she has deep-set eyes her porte feminine is bound to be deep too…if a woman has a pair of big, sparkling eyes, her porte feminine is narrow at its entrance, and yet roomy in the inner part…
deep blueIt was an unusually deep blue.
too deepBut Oxfam and Christian Aid — our backers — were in too deep now.
deep structuresThe deep structures of curriculum differentiation are historically linked to different educational sectors, to different social class clienteles and occupational destinations, to different status hierarchies.
deep spaceNeeds a deep space on the worksurface.
deep divisionsEvidence also emerged during August of deep divisions over the issue within the Palestinian community.
deep down‘I told myself it was because of the play, but deep down there was something driving me back to you.’