profound

形容詞
  • ja

    〔度合いが〕大きな、激しい、深い

    Globify による定義
  • en

    very great or intense

    Globify による定義
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Hmm.
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The joy that I am feeling right now is profound and unmatched in the modern era.
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Coronavirus lockdowns have had a profound impact on the environment.
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In April, daily global carbon dioxide emissions were down 17% compared to the same time last year.
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I see Uvale has brought us some new friends.
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I'm Kyler.
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It's truly a profound joy to meet you.
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Whose work has really, really made a profound impact on you?
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Ooh, Beyonce.
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I spent the last whole year—
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Before every performance, I would listen to 'Homecoming.'
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The understanding of myself and being given this understanding by the creatures of the forest
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was the most enlightening and profound experience I've ever had.
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It absolutely blew me away.
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Its tire manufacturer, Continental, even developed special foam-filled tires,
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which reduced the noise of the road by 9 decibels.
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The results were so profound that Rolls-Royce removed some soundproofing
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to avoid causing acoustic sensory deprivation.
形容詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    意味深い、造詣の深い

  • en

    having or requiring deep knowledge or understanding

  • This is really a profound part of Brooklyn culture.

    From Brennan & Carr Serves Show-Stopping Roast Beef — The Meat Show

  • - So simple yet so profound. Yes. - Yes.

    From Manage Your Stress with Krishnaji & Preethaji’s Four Sacred Secrets

  • It's also very profound.

    From Bonus: Free Soloing with Alex Honnold | Nat Geo Live

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