Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Profound"

The meaning of "Profound" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does profound mean?
A: 深遠な
Q: What does profound mean?
A: Profound means great or extreme. It is used as an adjective.

"What a profound speech" meaning the speech was very great/motivational.
Q: What does profound mean?
A: "Profound" means "very smart, full of important meaning, something that makes you think a lot"

If your friends says something that's very smart, something that makes you think a lot, you could tell them "That was very profound."
Q: What does profound mean?
A: If you are talking about an emotion or a state of being describing it as profound means it is very intense. When using it in reference to a person or a statement it means they or it display great insight and knowledge.

Example sentences using "Profound"

Q: Please show me example sentences with profound.
A: There was a profound silence.
Her understanding of particle physics is profound.
I was profoundly touched by your likes and upvotes
Q: Please show me example sentences with profound.
A: David Moyes during his year as the manager of Manchester United made a profound change in the club; the club went from winners of Premiership to mid-table mediocrity.
Q: Please show me example sentences with profound.
A: love is a profound feeling.

profound is very deep or meaningful
Q: Please show me example sentences with "profound".
A: Here are a bunch:

http://www.use-in-a-sentence.com/english-words/academic-words-english/mobile/profound.htm

Synonyms of "Profound" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between profound and deep ?
A: This article goes into a lot of this similarities and some of the differences.

https://diffsense.com/diff/deep/profound#:~:text=When%20used%20as%20adjectives%2C%20deep,to%20cause%20to%20sink%20deeply.

Basically, they are interchangeable in lots of ways, but there are a few cases where it is better to use one or the other.

For example when talking about a distance it is usually better to use deep.

"As kids we used to dive deep down into the lake to see what we could find."
"Don't hike to deep into those woods because you could get lost."
"How deep do I need to drill this hole?"

Also it is better to use deep when talking about the range of sound an instrument or person has.

"She has a deep voice."

Then there are phrases that use the word deep
"to throw someone into the deep end" Means to give them a task that might be too hard for them usually as a way to see how good they are.
"When I started at the law firm they had me meet with one of their biggest clients. Talk about throwing me into the deep end."
"Let's throw her into the deep end and see if she can swim," my boss told me. "Tell the new girl that she is in charge of the new ad campaign."

These links will also show you a lot of phrases that use the words deep and profound and their translation into spanish. Just scroll past the translations to the section that says examples. If you click the [...] you will see even more phrases.

https://www.linguee.com/english-spanish/search?query=profound
https://www.linguee.com/english-spanish/search?query=deep

Q: What is the difference between profound and deep ?
A: Basically profound is used to measure anybody's depth knowledge ....if u find a person is very good at maths u can say he has a profound knowledge in maths .deep means similar as profound but it is informal
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Translations of "Profound"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? profound
A: American accent
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