- profundomás profundamás profundaprofundamenteprofundidad
Adjective(1) showing intellectual penetration or emotional depth(2) of the greatest intensity; complete(3) far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something(4) coming from deep within one(5) (of sleep(6) situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed
(1) His profound ideas led him to some conclusions that strike the modern reader as bizarre, even absurd.(2) That's a very profound statement because if you talk to companies today, they say the customer's always right.(3) Actually this is a very difficult or profound question to answer.(4) They are the treatment of choice for many with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss.(5) Nicholas's profound handicaps became evident soon after his birth.(6) Most intelligent critics of all schools who are familiar with his literary works agree that he was one of the most profound thinkers and learned writers of his time.(7) Then she was lying in bed at night trying to come to terms with this new and unwelcome emotion: profound sadness.(8) There is a profound fear of empowering consumers to share media in a self-organizing way on a mass scale.(9) Chief Seattle's reply has been described as the most beautiful and profound statement on the environment ever made.(10) Of course, our ignorance is so profound that little can be said for certain.(11) Then in 1857 another event took place that was to have the most profound implications.(12) Beyond these changes are two others, which may be equally profound in their implications.(13) It may be a child with a profound disability as well.(14) One of the most profound ideas to emerge from World War Two was the emergence of an international human rights culture and legal system.(15) Such films can never have a profound influence on the viewers, he says.(16) Please accept my profound regret and apology for any misunderstanding about that letter.
(1) profound knowledge :: conocimiento profundo
(2) broad and profound :: amplio y profundo
(3) profound mystery :: profundo misterio
1. heartfelt ::
2. complete ::
3. far-reaching ::
de gran alcance
4. wise ::
5. complex ::
6. unplumbed ::
7. fundamental ::
8. wakeless ::
1. shallow ::
2. superficial ::
profound, profounder, profoundest, profoundly, profoundness
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I have such a PROFOUND sense of creation.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8
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