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run/go deep

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrun/go deeprun/go deepif a feeling such as hatred or anger runs deep in someone, they feel it very strongly, especially because of something that has happened in the past The prejudice runs deep and we need to understand the fears behind it. deep
Examples from the Corpus
run/go deepThey can play at being still waters that run deep.The play goes deep and inspires all sorts of questions.But the main problem goes deeper and will take longer to solve.The tradition of dressing up a corporate image in print runs deep at Investor Insight and its affiliates.Maude, on the other hand, had gone deep into the pluperfect, eleven generations of it.The debt goes deeper than money.So did it go deeper than that?
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