deep down : Idioms in English

deep down

to appear one way on the surface, but to be different in reality.
Usage:
Angela pretended to like Peter, but deep down she didn't like him.

deep down Meaning(s)

  • (r) in reality

deep down in News

  • Google: GPAs are worthless

    Yes, Google is now looking for real people. (Credit: Twentieth Century Fox Film) Kids, you know that studying is boring. Now I can tell you that it's useless, too. Oh, of course I always knew this deep down inside, but I was waiting for the one thing that would confirm this: data. My eyes and ears are bathing in the finest and most accurate data money can buy: data from Google. The quote that ...
    on June 20, 2013 Source: CNET

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