The quality of being deep; deepness; perpendicular measurement downward from the surface, or horizontal measurement backward from the front; as, the depth of a river; the depth of a body of troops.
That which is deep; a deep, or the deepest, part or place; the deep; the middle part; as, the depth of night, or of winter.
The perpendicular distance from the chord to the farthest point of an arched surface.
(n) One of the three principal dimensions of an object. The depth dimension is described in the right side and top views of a multiview drawing. The depth dimension is often associated with the Z axis in a 3-D modeling system. Depth can also refer to the distance cut into an object using a machining process (e.g., the distance measured between the crest and root of a thread normal to the axis or the depth of a drilled hole).
The distance from the front edge back to any hanging obstruction within the window .
Measurement inside the hull from the underside of the deck to the top of the keel
Total Depth measurement in percent from the table to the culet.
The relationship between the outside diameter of the diamond and the distance from the table to the culet.
A measurement from the top to the bottom, e.g. from the surface of the water to the ground or to the bottom of a container.
Vertical measurement from the hull's lowest point to its highest, usually from the top of the gunwale amidships to the floor of the canoe.
The range of a camera lens. Depth of field refers to the distance furthest away from a lens in which the objects being photographed will remain in focus approaching infinity. Depth of focus refers to the closest proximity to the lens in which the objects being photographed will remain in focus approaching the infinitesimal.
Measurement of particular piece of stone from front to back.
The distance from the canoe’s floor to the height of the gunwale measured at the boat’s center line.
in design and drafting this refers to the overall measurement from front to back of any object.
The distance between the table and the culet as measured in millimeters.
A sense of closeness or distance of instruments, caused by miking them at different distances. Good transient response that reveals the direct/reflected sound ratio in the recording.
the distance to measure from the front edge of a window frame to the back.
The downward distance from the surface or top. The term generally carries the idea of verticality; but such is not always the case; for instance, the depth of any beam that is inclined to the horizontal is measured in a direction perpendicular to its length, and, therefore, on a line inclined to the vertical.
depp-th i) The measurement from the top down, from the surface inwards, or from the front to the back (depth of the water is four feet), ii) deep water, a deep place; an abyss, iii) in water over one's head.
The distance from the front edge of a window to the back is know as the depth. Some inside mount window coverings require a certain minimum depth.
The depth of a cut is measured from the bottom of the blade up to the bottom of a cut. Depths are numbered starting with #0 (or sometimes #1) as the highest depth.
The total depth of a diamond. Measures from the table (top) facet to the culet (bottom point). Generally is noted as a percentage in relation to the circumference (diameter) of a diamond. (See ideal cut diamonds)
the actual dimension of depth within a work of art or the illusion of showing distance in a work of art
A measure of folder enumeration, such as how many links to follow from the content source. See also: scope
The space from front to rear of a formation, including the front and rear element.
The dimension of the arch at the skewback which is perpendicular to the arch axis, except that the depth of a jack arch is taken to be the vertical dimension of the arch at the springing.
The greatest measure of a metal detectors ability to transmit an electromagnetic field into the ground.
This is a vague distance usually defined as the distance from the bottom of the hull (without appendages) to the highest point on the sheer line. If the program uses this number, it is only for sizing purposes and need not be perfectly accurate.
(of a box) The distance from the baseline of the box to the bottom edge of the box.
Refers to the depth of a lot, a measurement from the front property line to the rear property line.
How deep something is. The depth of the ocean
The height of a diamond from top to bottom, table to culet.
The height of a diamond measured from the table to culet.
The distance from the top of the canoe at the gunwales to the bottom of the canoe when measured at the beam. A good standard depth is about 13".
The vertical distance from the baseline, or keel, to the top of the freeboard deck, measured at mid-length of the vessel.
of ship, is the vertical distance from the lowest point of the hull to the measured deck level compare moulded depth
perpendicular distance of an interior point from the surface of an object.
A measure of how much color information there is for each pixel in an image.
The vertical measurement of a page, figure, table, or other block of material.
The distance that is perpendicular to the open face of a box. Sometimes referred to as the height of a box.
Front-to-back measurement of a window.
The vertical extent on the page of a block of print.
Vertical distance from still-water level to the bottom
The measure of a cut gemstone from the tip of the pavilion to the table.
The height of a diamond (measured from the culet to the table).
The depth of any arch is the dimension that is perpendicular to the tangent of the axis. The depth of a jack arch is taken to be its greater vertical dimension
The depth of a canoe measured from gunnel to bottom amidships.
The word alone generally denotes vertical depth below the surface. In the case of incline shafts and boreholes it may mean the distance reached from the beginning of the shaft or hole, the borehole depth, or the inclined depth.
Vertical distance, (1) from surface to bed of a body of water. (2) From crest or crown to invert of a conduit.
The measurement of the diamond from the table to the culet, expressed in millimeters.
The relative distance of objects and their spatial relationship to each other
The measurement of the book at its thickest point, including the covers.
The depth of a window opening is measured from the front edge to the back.
A diamond's height, from the culet to the table, measured in millimeters.
The distance from a gemstones table, top, to culet, bottom.
The space required at the top of the window to install an inside mount blind. This is measured from the back of the window opening to the front.
The vertical thickness of a beam.
The perpendicular measurement from the table to the culet.
The depth of a diamond is the height of the stone, from culet to table. The perfect depth when cutting a diamond will allow the maximum amount of light and fire to reflect from the diamond.
The perceived distance or space in a work. Some techniques for achieving depth include shifting colors towards blue, softening edges, decreasing object's size and lightening values. Also used to describe a large tonal range in paintings with a gloss finish.
In the context of sound reproduction, depth refers mostly to the ability of a recording or sound system to project a sense of front-to-back distance within an ensemble or the sound stage. It may also refer to a sense of depth within the recording environment itself, especially with Dolby-encoded material. See also Envelopment.
The distance measured perpendicular to the length and width.
The distance from front to rear of an element, formation, or position.