"Hidden depths" and "In great depth"
Could you tell me another way of saying these expressions?
She's quiet, but perhaps she has hidden depths.
The subject was discussed in great depth.
1. This is a semi-idiomatic expression, equivalent to 'Perhaps there's more to her than meets the eye', suggesting that she's not as boring or shallow as she appears.
2. This is more literal, and means 'deeply'.
December 4, 2014
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