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On 25/02/2012 08:09, Ezio Melotti wrote:
> Even if they know the meaning of "shallow" (which is not a really common word AFAICT)

FWIW it's pretty much the only way of saying what it means.
I've no idea how many people used it last year or anything,
but if I needed to express the concept of the opposite of
deep I would struggle to find another word. Except, perhaps,
the doublespeak-like "not deep". Undeep? Double-plus undeep?
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