depth

[ depth ]
/ dɛpθ /

noun

Idioms for depth

    in depth, extensively or thoroughly: Make a survey in depth of the conditions.
    out of/beyond one's depth,
    1. in water deeper than one's height or too deep for one's safety.
    2. beyond one's knowledge or capability: The child is being taught subjects that are beyond his depth.

Origin of depth

1350–1400; Middle English depthe, equivalent to dep (Old English dēop deep) + -the -th1

OTHER WORDS FROM depth

depth·less, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for depth

depth
/ (dɛpθ) /

noun

Word Origin for depth

C14: from dep deep + -th 1
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Medicine definitions for depth

depth
[ dĕpth ]

n.

The extent, measurement, or dimension downward, backward, or inward.
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Idioms and Phrases with depth

depth

see in depth; out of one's depth.

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