shallow (n):
a stretch of shallow water
Related Words: shoal
shallow (v):
become shallow
the lake shallowed over time
Related Words: shoal
shallow (v):
make shallow
The silt shallowed the canal
Related Words: shoal
shallow (a):
lacking physical depth; having little spatial extension downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or outward from a center
shallow water.
a shallow dish.
a shallow cut.
a shallow closet.
established a shallow beachhead.
hit the ball to shallow left field
shallow (a):
not deep or strong; not affecting one deeply
shallow breathing.
a night of shallow fretful sleep.
in a shallow trance
shallow (s):
lacking depth of intellect or knowledge; concerned only with what is obvious
shallow people.
his arguments seemed shallow and tedious
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ask no questions and you will be told no lies

Soru sormayana yalan söylenmez
If you ask me that, my answer might not be the truth. (Implies that you will likely tell a lie, because you do not want to tell the truth)

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