Definition of the deep endinformal
- After graduating, he was not afraid to jump in at the deep end and start his new business alone.
- Teachers are thrown in the deep end when they first start teaching.
: extending far from some surface or area: such as
: extending far downward
: extending well inward from an outer surface
: to a great depth : deeply
: far on : late
: near the outer limits of the playing area
: a vast or immeasurable extent : abyss
: the extent of surrounding space or time
: the part of an area that lies at the boundary
: a point that marks the extent of something
: the point where something ceases to exist
: to bring to an end
: to make up the end of
: final, ultimate
: to put (grain or hay) into a barn or stack
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