deep dive

[ deep dahyv ]
/ ˈdip ˈdaɪv /

noun Informal.

a thorough or comprehensive analysis of a subject or issue: My boss wants me to do a deep dive on our main competitors.The article gives you a deep dive into the city's coolest summer activities.

Nearby words

  1. deep artery of thigh,
  2. deep cervical vein,
  3. deep clean,
  4. deep design,
  5. deep discount,
  6. deep dorsal vein of clitoris,
  7. deep dorsal vein of penis,
  8. deep down,
  9. deep ecology,
  10. deep end

Origin of deep dive

First recorded in 1985–90

Related formsdeep-dive, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019