- reach inside a receptacle and search for something；research or make painstaking inquiries into something
verb: delve, 3rd person present: delves, gerund or present participle: delving, past tense: delved, past participle: delved
- 1. reach inside a receptacle and search for something she delved in her pocket 同義詞
- ▪ research or make painstaking inquiries into something the society is determined to delve deeper into the matter 同義詞
- 2. archaic dig; excavate when Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman? the approach from the surface above had awed her, so hugely delved were the tunnels
- reach inside a receptacle and search for something: she delved in her pocket
Oxford American Dictionary
...linguistic items that the subjects performed quite well after[ delving into the subject strengths and weaknesses in English ...
...of the footprint unimaginable phenomenon and thing I has much of interest to delve into research why meeting so probably my previous incarnation is a witch...
It’s necessary for us to understand this knowledge before we could know where to start, therefore we must delve into the needed basic information before we could have the skills to make the (applicable) required tools.