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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 ?
In the middle of the room is a sunk well, built up to floor level and evidently going deep underground.
It is about the 'idea of structure', which evolves as Rosi said,"By countering people and going deep into the reality to find that one narrative element" that will hold the movie together.
In his message on the advent of the holy month, the JI chief said that during this sacred month, the believers could strengthen their relationship with their Creator by going deep into the holy Quran, and by helping the oppressed people in every possible manner.
He's a real Currier & Ives kind of guy, while my character is somebody who's going deep into debt at Home Depot,'' DeVito says.
One can only hope that she of the gargantuan ego and the sickly smile - who always seems more interested in making love to the camera than actually telling us whether it's going to rain or not - gets one of those bushtucker trials that involve swimming with piranhas or going deep deep deep into the bush, never to be seen again.
Going deep meant utilizing perspective - not the single-point variety that orders a notion of reality, but one of multiple flying points and scales.
This problem is indicated by the random short splits or ruptures going deep into the o-ring cross section.
The whole purpose of this experiment was to do something definitive, which meant going deep enough," says Stanford University's Mark Zoback, who is chief scientist on the Cajon Pass project.
It's definitely exciting going deep into the playoffs, I think Thanksgiving practice gives us a sense of family because we're all out practicing in the morning together.
We've enjoyed a national championship on the football side and the Longhorns basketball team going deep into the NCAA Tournament.
Before we raise rates, and I speak for myself, we are going deep into that stuff,'' said Commissioner Nick Patsaouras.
E[acute accent]"I'm excited to go back to my roots of going deep in my local community by building partnerships to advance not only volunteerism, but its impact on the community," said Pitofsky.
The good news for him was, the Angels brain trust was saving him for an emergency, a starting pitcher getting hurt or a game going deep into extra innings.