An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (extremely)
a. profundamente (offended or rooted)
These beliefs are deeply rooted in Chinese culture.Estas creencias están profundamente arraigadas en la cultura china.
b. sumamente (grateful, concerned, unpopular)
We are deeply concerned about the worsening political situation in the country.Estamos sumamente preocupados por la situación política en el país, que está empeorando.
2. (intensely)
a. profundamente
She lit a cigarette and inhaled deeply.Encendió un cigarrillo e inhaló profundamente.
3. (at length)
a. a fondo
Talking to her made him think more deeply about his motives.Hablar con ella hizo que pensara más a fondo sobre sus motivos.
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deeply [ˈdiːplɪ]
1 [+dig] en profundidad; [+drink] a grandes tragos; [+breathe, sigh] profundamente; hondo; [+sleep, regret] profundamente; [+think] a fondo
to blush deeply enrojecer violentamente
the rope cut deeply into his skin she drank deeply from the glass of cold water
to go deeply into sth entrar de lleno en algo
a deeply held conviction una convicción profunda
they looked deeply into each other's eyes se miraron profundamente a los ojos
to love sb deeply querer profundamente a algn
to regret sth deeply lamentar algo profundamente
she thought deeply about what he had said we deeply regret our decision
2 (profoundly, intensely) [+worrying, sceptical, disappointed, shocked] sumamente; [+concerned, troubled, grateful, religious] profundamente; [+offensive, unhappy, depressed] terriblemente
to be deeply in debt estar lleno de deudas; estar cargado de deudas
it remains a deeply divided nation sigue siendo una nación muy dividida
I was deeply embarrassed by his question su pregunta me hizo sentirme muy violenta
deeply embedded dirt suciedad profundamente incrustado
I was deeply hurt by her remarks sus comentarios me hirieron en lo más hondo or profundo; sus comentarios me dolieron mucho
we are deeply indebted to you le debemos muchísimo
to be deeply in love estar profundamente enamorado
she appeared to be deeply moved parecía estar muy or profundamente conmovida
she was deeply shocked at the leniency of the sentence a deeply meaningful experience the news was deeply disturbing he is deeply involved in health care issues
we were deeply saddened by his death su muerte nos entristeció profundamente
deeply tanned con un bronceado intenso
we are deeply concerned I was deeply moved by your letter he was deeply unhappy he was deeply unhappy at his parents' breaking up I found the photographs deeply offensive the conversation left him deeply depressed he was deeply depressed for several days
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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