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  • The meaning of "Depth" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. As soon as = するとすぐに engage the drive = start the engine what engine? a "faster than light" engine. すると すぐに be out of here = ここから出て be out of this solar system = 太陽系から出て out of ~ and into ~ = ~中から~の中へ the depths of space = deep space = 深宇宙

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    2. How much she knows

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    2. It means not deep: shallow. He is only a 2-dimensional object (lacking depth) but should be a 3-dimensional object. Another meaning (not for this movie) of lacking depth can mean that a person is acting shallow. They lack consideration and awareness to others.

  • Example sentences using "Depth"

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    2. "Whereby" A system whereby people could vote by telephone. In what kind of society do we live, whereby these weapons are needed to defend and protect? How about a deal whereby birthday party presents are restricted to books? The means whereby he took his life. He was found guilty, whereby he was sentence to five years in prison. We made a deal whereby we each took turns. "in depth" We will discuss these three areas in depth. He has such an in-depth knowledge of languages and respect for other cultures. I think he has an in depth look at the Ottoman Empire History. An in depth look at the issue of Xenophobia. The problem was analysed in depth. If you deal with a subject in depth, you deal with it very thoroughly and consider all the aspects of it.

  • Similar words to "Depth" and their differences

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    2. Deaf is this one

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    2. for DEEP you could say "how deep is the 수영장". for DEPTH you could say "what is the depth of the 수영장". Depth is usually a MEASUREMENT of how deep something is.

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    2. Just so you know, his accent is quite thick and sometimes he mumbles in the middle of his sentences, so it was even difficult for me, a native speaker, to understand sometimes. a) ((He’s saying “I’d like to be let loose”)). He means that he’d like to just have a print room to himself (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Print_room), where old paintings are printed and viewed in art galleries. He’d be able to look at the art in the rooms. By “dull” he means boring, as in other people who don’t have the same love or understanding for art as he does would find them boring.(Kind of an arrogant thing to say...) b) He’s not saying “keratin rubber glove”, he’s saying “a carrot and a rubber glove”. He doesn’t say it very clearly, and the way he says carrot is quite strange, but it’s just his accent. He means that he doesn’t mind when artists who make conceptual art and give it meaning, but he doesn’t like it when it’s just random things put together and called “art”. c) the interviewer is laughing because the interviewee corrected him (when asking the question he says “do you have to be a good drawer, do you have to be good at drawing”. “Draftsman” is the correct word for what he was saying, so he was corrected. It’s not shade lol. 1) etch 2) ((yes, you got it correct. This is some more of the paragraph in case you couldn’t catch it)) ....I need to go to a museum. I need to be fed, by- even by bad pictures, I need.. my fix. B- but I can’t define it. ((In this paragraph he stutters or changes the words he wants to use in a sentence, so it could be confusing)) 3) 4 or thereabouts (around the age of 4) 4) National Gallery 5) how ..in those days the Gallery (that Gallery in particular) was virtually empty.. 6) you had to pay a sixpence to get in d) he’s saying “so we paid our sixpences” 7) it was after the Blunt affair (Referring to something that happened regarding Anthony Blunt) 8) Orion ( a star constellation) 9) prower? Proward? P-.... (I have no idea what he says. It does sound like flower, but that’s not a constellation). For these two he’s saying constellations, but I can’t make them out. I don’t have any knowledge of astronomy though, and when I looked up star constellations I couldn’t find any that sounded similar to what he said. 10) subtract 11) and I still can’t e) we seemed to rattle through, as in they just went from question to question quite quickly. I’ve never heard that expression before but it’s easy to guess. Hope this is helpful (-:

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    2. The "I-word" is impeachment. So when someone brings it up (raised) he sometimes gets mad.

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    2. Deep inside the fridge is natural

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    2. Actually is for correcting or clarification of something that was previously said so unless this is in response to something it's a bit odd to start with that. "only korean has" is grammatically incorrect. It should be "only Koreans have" or even better "only the korean language has". Also it would be better to say "about a word : oppa" . There is a problem as well on how you present your article: you put so much focus on the word oppa but you then disregard it and move to Airang but I Don't know if you did this choice because of the lack of familiarity with the language or if it's just how you write. "It is an arirang which is ancent word. " should be: It's "Airang", an ancient word (by the way ancient is like super super old like thousands of years ago or even more. If it's not that old you should use an other adjective to describe it). "Even you can hear often Arirang ,our ancient traditional song from You Tube." that is really hard to understand what you are trying to say. I understood that Airang is a traditional word that is not as used anymore if that's the case what do you mean by "you can hear often Arirang ,our ancient traditional song from You Tube." is airang a song or a word? Also it should be "on YouTube" because it's on there it did not originated from there. "But sadly, All the Koreans don't know the part of ancient words in the song . Even scholars don't know exactly. They just have various opinions about it." If Airang is a song it should be "but sadly most Koreans don't know all the lyrics (or maybe you wanted to say that they don't understand the meaning of all the words in the song). Even scholars are unsure about (the meaning?). There are many theories but no one knows for sure". There are similar problems with the rest of the text but it's too much for me to tackle on one sitting so maybe answer me so we can continue talking about it or maybe someone else could respond. I hope you found my answer helpful. If you have any question let me know. By the way this is not an app to help you with school papers it's for people who are learning and have specific questions so try to be more concise with your questions don't copy paste a whole essay or we won't be able to help you.

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    2. The part that doesn’t make much sense to me is “If it’s either physical or intangible” . Maybe “I strongly believe that innovation, whether tangible or not, can make people live a happier life” Other than that, make sure not to capitals in the middle of the sentence unless it is a proper noun (names, places, etc..). Creativity and This should be lower case. If you still want to check for grammar mistakes, grammarly is great. Good luck and hope this helps!!

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    2. I am sure my kitchen sink cabinet is going to be useful.✘ I'm sure my new kitchen (sink) cabinet setup is going to be useful. The size of my kitchen cabinet is widths is 88 feet ( 2.7meters), depths is 2.29 feet (70 centimeters), heights is 2.62 feet (80 centimeters).✘ The size of my kitchen cabinet is 88' (2.7m) in width and 2.29' (70cm) in height. The cabinet contains a dishwasher, widths is 1.47 feet ( 40 centimeters), and I put other things, two garbage cans, some pans or pots, cooking utensils and some items around kitchen inside my cabinet. ✘ The cabinet contains a 1.47' (40cm) width dishwasher, garbage cans and bags, as well as space to put other things like two garbage cans, pots and pans, cooking utensils, and other items. There are not some drawer in it, but there is only two empty spaces, widths is 1.3 feet (40 centimeters), 1.8 feet (55 centimeters).✘ There are currently no drawers, but only two empty spaces of 1.3' (40cm) width and 1.8' (55cm) height. Until now I put them into it with using small shelf but when I take out something which is at the back in shelf, I have to take out it after I move something in front of it.✘ Until now, I would usually have to remove a lot of things at the front of the cabinet to reach whatever utensils or pans I needed. It is very inconvenient. So I decide to use two sliding shelves instead of it. They are made of stenless and has 3 sliding shelves.✘ It has been very inconvenient, so I decided to make sliding shelves part of the cabinet. There will be sliding shelves in each of the two empty spaces. They will be made of stainless steel and there will be a total of three shelves per unit. The withstand load is 5 kg each, widths is 1.15 feet and 1.64 feet each. I can use the shelves with sliding. I think my kitchen cabinet is going to become so useful. The shelves are going to deliver on next monday.I can't wait to arrive them.✘ Each shelf will be able to handle a load of 5kg, be 1.15' in width and offer 1.64' in vertical space. I think that my new kitchen cabinet is going to be extremely useful. The shelves are scheduled to be delivered next Monday and I can't wait for them to arrive!

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