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shallow  Verb
  1. Translate "shallow" to Spanish: hacer menos profundo
    English Synonyms of "shallow": make shallower
    Define meaning of "shallow": Make shallow.
  2. The silt shallowed the canal.

  3. Translate "shallow" to Spanish: hacerse menos profundo
    English Synonyms of "shallow": become shallow, shoal
    Define meaning of "shallow": Become shallow.
  4. The lake shallowed over time.

shallow  Adjective
  1. Translate "shallow" to Spanish: poco profundo, superficial, de poca profundidad, somero
    English Synonyms of "shallow": superficial, band-aid, cursory, low-depth, skin-deep, slight, smattering, potted
    Define meaning of "shallow": Lacking physical depth; having little spatial extension downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or outward from a center.
  2. Shallow water.
    A shallow dish.
    A shallow cut.
    A shallow closet.
    Established a shallow beachhead.

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  3. Translate "shallow" to Spanish: vacío
    English Synonyms of "shallow": empty, hollow, soulless, without feelings, heartless
    Define meaning of "shallow": Lacking depth of intellect or knowledge; concerned only with what is obvious.
  4. Shallow people.
    His arguments seemed shallow and tedious.

  5. Translate "shallow" to Spanish: de bajo fondo, poco hondo, poco profundo, pando, playo
    English Synonyms of "shallow": shoal, low-depth

Verb Conjugation for "shallow"
Gerund: shallowing
Past Participle: shallowed

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