Meaning of deep dive in English:

deep dive


  • An in-depth examination or analysis of a topic.

    • ‘the series promises to take a deep dive into the complexities of long-term relationships’
    • ‘We decided to take a deep dive into fan reaction to the prop piece.’
    • ‘Not every movie needs to be a deep dive.’
    • ‘His honest deep dive into a difficult and confusing time is refreshing.’
    • ‘This past week over on the main blog saw us take a deep dive into a number of diverse topics.’
    • ‘His book is a deep dive into his own personal and professional life.’
    • ‘ An advanced dashboard is also available for a deep dive into how users engage with the content of your website or blog.’
    • ‘The team haven't done a deep dive into performance optimization yet.’
    • ‘The longer term projects let the interns do a deep dive into research.’
    • ‘The dedicated show will take a deep dive into some of the hottest news coming out of our briefing.’
    • ‘We undertook a deep dive into the data to investigate the link among demographics.’