Definitions for "Depth"
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.
Term that refers to the colour of wines, specifically the intensity of the colour.
Richness, subtlety; seemingly layers of flavors all interlocked.
Wine that is multi-dimensional in taste.
See illusion of depth
the dimension of a continuous form parallel with the direction of the web as it moves through the press or other manufacturing equipment.
The impression of instruments, voices, or sounds existing behind one another in three dimensions, as in "soundstage depth."
Keywords:  palate, tricky, lingering, sensual, pat
A term used to describe and grade coffee. It describes in lingering power of the coffee on the palate.
used to describe the fullness of a fragrance
Depth describes the resonance or sensual power behind the sensations that drive the taste of the coffee. It is a tricky and subjective term, but it tries to get at the way certain coffees open up and support their sensations with a sort of ringing, echoing power, whereas others simply present themselves to the palate and then stand pat or even fade.
In some woods, and some finishes, the observer seems to be able to look down into the wood. When the angle of incidence (to the light) and the viewing angle (relative to the wood surface) change, the wood seems to change colour. Figured walnut, crotch mahogany, satinwood, birdseye maple, all show depth. Basswood, pine, oak (exceptions include quartersawn white oak) do not show depth. Dye stains enhance that appearance while pigmented stains lessen it.
The real or simulated distance from the point of an image that seems closest to the viewer to the point that seems farthest from the viewer. Simulated depth may be created by perspective, overlapping, size, tone values, colours, and so on.
That colour quality, an increase in which is associated with an increase in the quantity of colorant present, all other conditions (viewing, etc.) remaining the same.
Lighter or darker in comparing two colors. The first adjustment in color matching.
The depth of a haircolor shade is determined by the amount of darkness in the color. Deeper shades contain more pigment and absorb more light, while lighter shades are more transparent and reflect more light.
An effect that wallpaper creates in a room regarding its size. If a room is papered in light colors, it appears visibly larger. Darker or bolder colors make the room appear smaller.
the maximum number of times a type of procedure is reiteratively called before the last call is exited; -- of subroutines or procedures which are reentrant; -- used of call stacks.
Counts the number of cells on the stack . Places the count on top of the stack . : CHECK-OPERATION ( -- , monitor stack change ) DEPTH R DO-OPERATION DEPTH R - ABS ( calculate change ) ." Stack depth changed by " . CR ; Related Words: US-DEPTH RDEPTH .S 0SP SP
Keywords:  plasma, smarter, dlp, cheapest, crt
Thinner plasma screens, while looking smarter, are more suited to environments where space is an issue, such as exhibition stands.
The depth of the TV is how far from the front (the picture) to the back (where the input are) that your television is. Plasma and LCD panels have a very small depth that is usually in inches. DLP TVs can have a depth anywhere from 10 to 20 inches and CRT based televisions usually have the most depth which make them heavier. However, it should be noted that CRT televisions still give the best picture for the cheapest possible price. For sizing of a picture on a television check out ‘Horizontal Viewing Angleâ€(tm).
(usually plural) the deepest and most remote part; "from the depths of darkest Africa"; "signals received from the depths of space"
(usually plural) a low moral state; "he had sunk to the depths of addiction"
of-Field- the focus range of a camera or imaging device
how deep the water is: if you stood in it, how far up your legs would it come
Earthquakes can occur anywhere between the Earth's surface and about 700 kilometers below the surface. For scientific purposes, this earthquake depth range of 0 - 700 km is divided into three zones: shallow, intermediate, and deep. Shallow earthquakes are between 0 and 70 km deep; intermediate earthquakes, 70 - 300 km deep; and deep earthquakes, 300 - 700 km deep. In general, the term "deep- focus earthquakes" is applied to earthquakes deeper than 70 km. All earthquakes deeper than 70 km are localized within great slabs of shallow lithosphere that are sinking into the Earth's mantle.
Profoundness; extent or degree of intensity; abundance; completeness; as, depth of knowledge, or color.
The amount of modulation. Sometimes called Amount, Width, Intensity or Modulation Index.
A general term often used in describing the intensity of an effect such as reverb, phasing, etc.
The ``depth'' of a window or pixmap is the number of bits per pixel it has. The depth of a graphics context is the depth of the drawables it can be used in conjunction with for graphics output.
Number of bits representing one band of one pixel of an image.
degree of psychological or intellectual depth
the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas
The level of cognitive processing, i.e., recognition, recall, problem solving, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation, required for success relative to the performance standards. Assessing Special Education Students SCASS, Council of Chief State School Officers. (2003).
Keywords:  keel, tide, mariners, quoted, elevation
(each time step): Maximum water depth for the time step. The water depth is the difference between the water-surface elevation and the minimum elevation point in the cross section.
The depth quoted for a location is the amount of water above a point during the mean lowest low tide (note: it is defined this way for the safety of mariners, who need to know how much water is under their keel).
A principle of both attack and defense. On offense it refers to support both in advance and behind the ball. On defense it refers to having players in position behind the ball.
One of the principles of defense. Maintaining defensive positioning such that proper support is provided.
Keywords:  preset, robot, triangle, link, wave
The number of links followed from a site's starting point. When you define a site, you define the number of links the robot can follow away from that point. This limits the depth of its search.
link Preset triangle wave
The number of levels in your MLM / Network Marketing organization.
The number of simple elements which an abstract conception or notion includes; the comprehension or content.
Keywords:  focal, antenna, dish, diameter, length
The depth of a dish antenna is defined as the ratio of its focal length to its diameter.
The degree of intersection of a pair of gears. The depth is correct when the pitch circles meet.
Keywords:  gates, never, loops, path, input
When referring to a circuit, the maximum number of gates along any path from an input to the output. (Note that circuits never contain loops.)
Keywords:  toothed, wheels, pair, together, work
A pair of toothed wheels which work together.
Keywords:  planes, image, example, set, number
The number of planes in a set of planes. For example, a set of 12 image planes would have a depth of 12.
depth of the image
Generally refers to the window coordinate.
Keywords:  sound, lowness
Lowness; as, depth of sound.
The number of different products offered in each product line. p. 256