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profundo in English:

1. deep deep

How deep?
Aya likes intense colors, such as hot pink, electric blue and deep purple.
You'll find yourself in deep water if you continue to live beyond your means.
I have drunken deep of joy, and I will taste no other wine tonight.
She thinks the fact that he admits his problem is very positive, and demonstrates that deep down, he wants to change for you.
The old woman fingered each bead of her rosary with deep devotion.
What say you, Mary? For you are a young lady of deep reflection, I know, and read great books and make extracts.
As soon as she entered the room, I rose to my feet and made a deep bow.
deep regret/symphaty/depression/despair
This changes becoming deeper, almost authoritative
Deep water fish never see the light and live all their lives from the scraps that come from above.
Perhaps it is only in childhood that books have any deep influence on our lives.
Carmine is a deep red food coloring obtained from an insect called the cochineal.
What I am talking about right now is the deep love and respect I have for my husband.
This is a layer of soil that is permanently frozen, and in some places it's many feet deep.

English word "profundo"(deep) occurs in sets:

300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 26 - 50
300 most important Spanish adjectives 76 - 100
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Adjetivos en inglés

2. profound profound

Each episode of that TV drama ends with somebody delivering a profound line.
Freud's insights into human behavior led to him being honored as a profound thinker.
The exhibition offers profound insights into ancient civilization.
profound mind
A nudnik who believes he's profound is even worse than just a plain nudnik.
the implications of this discovery are profound’
His teachings are incorporated in a profound book Daode Jing which Taoists regard as the final authority and doctrines of the religion.
The audience was impressed by his profound lecture.
The only thing you can rely on - is change! Very profound!
There is in all barbarian communities a profound sense of the disparity between man's and woman's work.
His mother's ​death when he was ​aged six had a very profound ​effect on him.
The fact is that the absence of a parent has a very profound effect. (w tym znaczeniu duży wpływ)
Medical application of AI is profound. You earned my profound respect.
His knowledge of history is profound
Hegel's philosophy is so odd that no one would have expected him to be able to get sane men to accept it, but he did. He set it out with so much obscurity that people thought it must be profound.

English word "profundo"(profound) occurs in sets:

300 most important Spanish adjectives 176 - 200
300 adjetivos más importantes en inglés 151 - 175
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