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Synonyms for depth

Synonyms for depth

the extent or measurement downward from a surface


something of immeasurable and vast extent

exceptionally great concentration, power, or force, especially in activity

intellectual penetration or range

Synonyms for depth

the extent downward or backward or inward

degree of psychological or intellectual profundity

(usually plural) the deepest and most remote part

(usually plural) a low moral state

the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas

the attribute or quality of being deep, strong, or intense

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Effects of lunar cycles on the activity patterns and depth use of a temperate sport fish, the largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides.
The domain division depth map quantization allows allocating more depth information in a particular region of the depth range to improve the quality of DIBR multiview intermediate images.
With the unmistakable case of the Luminor models, milled from a solid block and distinguished by the bridge with the lever device protecting the winding crown, the Depth Gauge is water-resistant to 120 metres.
The depth also presents the safeties with great hitting opportunities against wide receivers who are baited into an area that appears to be poorly defended.
This technique is thus particularly useful for characterizing modulus as a function of depth, estimating changes in contact area during an indentation creep test (see Fig.
bronze--improved surface finish, increased surface hardness and decreased corrosion failures in weld-repaired areas; hardness increased 20% at a depth of more than 1.
Calculate clay by subtracting silt and sand depth from total depth to get CLAY DEPTH.
The most basic principle of trolling is to get your lure or bait to the fish's depth.
The Dogu Ayazli-2, which is being completed as a single completion, flowed approximately 11 MMCFD from 13 meters (43 feet) of perforations between 1,345 and 1,402 meters (4,414 and 4,601 feet) depth on a 48/64-inch choke at a flowing pressure of approximately 745 psi.
The analytical results, including the effects that material strain hardening, strain rate dependency, and indenter geometry have on the indentation depth, are discussed in Sec.
An important eddy current concept is standard depth of penetration.
Rather, planners envision drilling until the well reaches either a depth of 6 km or a temperature of 500 [deg.
The depth of the channel in the early single loop inductors was in the range of 2 in.
Since we see variations in the seismic signature of the root zone that correlate with the surface pattern of geology--and with surface tectonics that occurred long ago-- we infer that the structure at the surface has got an expression at great depth that's essentially frozen in the plate [or tectosphere],' he adds.