What is the
difference between Deaf and Deep and Dip?
What is the difference between Deaf and Deep and Dip? :
Deaf : (adjective)
( 1 ) Unable to hear at all or to hear well
He is deaf in one ear.
She is getting deafer in her old age.
( 2 ) Unwilling to listen to someone
He is deaf to my advice.
Deaf : (noun – plural)
( 1 ) The deaf should be given mercy in this case.
Deep : (adjective)
( 1 ) Extending a long way from top to bottom
It is a deep well.
( 2 ) Extending down, back or in
The canal has water ten feet deep.
People stood twenty deep to see her go past.
( 3 ) Taking in or giving out a lot of air
He took a deep breath.
( 4 ) Far down in something
He stood with his hands deep in his pockets.
( 5 ) Absorbed in something
Do not disturb her. She is deep in thought.
( 6 ) Very involved in something
He was deep in difficulties.
( 7 ) Learned
He is a deep scholar.
Dip : (verb)
( 1 ) Put or lower something into a liquid
Dip your pen into the ink.
Dip : (noun)
( 1 ) Quickly swim or bathe
He has gone for a dip.
( 2 ) Downward slope
There is a dip in the road.
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