go deep

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go deep

1. To persist for a long time, as of a significant issue or problem. The problems between them go deep, so I doubt they'll be reconciling any time soon.
2. sports slang In American football, for a receiver to run down the field in order to catch a long pass. Often used as as imperative. Jackson, run a slant. Williams, you go deep.
See also: deep

go/run ˈdeep

(of emotions, beliefs, etc.) be felt in a strong way, especially for a long time: Dignity and pride run deep in this community.
See also: deep, run
References in classic literature ?
The youngster takes naturally to the water, and if, when he finishes high school, he takes a course in navigation and goes deep sea, I see no reason why he shouldn't rise to be master of the finest and biggest ship afloat.
The question goes deep and should receive careful consideration.
JOHNNY DEPP'S FBI agent goes deep undercover to infiltrate the Mafia, in Donnie Brasco (tonight, 5USA, 10pm) and ends up being tak-taken under the wing of a low-ranking older gangster (Al Pacino).
Perchlorate dissolves in water and runs in water, so it goes deep into the water.
A complex and confident thriller in which character goes deep.
BENTEK Energy goes deep into the data to help clients understand the fundamentals -- how energy is moving, where bottlenecks may develop, and which supply/demand factors impact prices.
Jared Nelson has emerged as one of the area's top running backs this season, and has an excellent chance of rushing for 2,000 yards, especially if the football team goes deep into the playoffs.
Fashion House", featuring Bo Derek and Morgan Fairchild, goes deep behind-the-scenes to focus on the glamorous, yet sometimes brutally ruthless fashion industry, in which greed, lust and blind ambition surround a violent corporate takeover of the business' hottest company.
If he has a good season and Highland goes deep into the playoffs, because that's when the college scouts come out and watch, he should have no problems getting to college.
The Report goes deep to explore the motivations of internship candidates (Hint: getting a full-time position is not foremost) and the tactics that help employers with best-in-class internship programs enjoy double the conversion rate of their nearest competitors.
Secret Obsessions" (formerly entitled "Secrets") goes deep behind-the-scenes to focus on the glamorous, yet often brutally ruthless fashion industry, in which greed, lust and blind ambition surround a violent corporate takeover of Zianni, Inc.
If a hitter goes deep into a count with me, he's in trouble,'' Rodriguez said Tuesday after throwing a scoreless inning in the Angels' 5-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs at HoHoKam Park.
Secrets" goes deep behind-the-scenes to focus on the glamorous, yet sometimes brutally ruthless fashion industry, in which greed, lust and blind ambition surround a violent corporate takeover of the business' hottest company.
Kolzig, who starred for Germany in the 1998 Winter Games, might be able to return only if his country goes deep into the tournament.