1. (general) 
a. profundo(a) 
profound [prəˈfaʊnd]
1 (deep, intense) [+emotion, silence] profundo; [+effect, influence, changes] profundo; grande
the public felt a profound sense of loss Her Majesty's actual arrival had come as both a profound relief and a disappointing anticlimax it was an experience that I think had a profound effect on me the book had a profound effect in the USA it calls for profound changes in the way you operate Ginsberg was able to use his profound knowledge of Aramaic to throw new light on the discovery
2 (meaningful) [+ideas, thoughts] profundo; [+person] de ideas profundas; [+book, writing] profundo
her first novel is very profound su primera novela es muy profunda
That's a very profound question to ask, and it could be very intimidating Martin King said something to me that's very profound "The joys and sorrows of all owl species are basically the same" - "How very profound," his sister said. `And which of your foreign friends taught you that little masterpiece of homespun philosophy?
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