Meaning of DEAD in English

adj. 1 deceased, defunct, extinct, gone, departed, late, lifeless, no more, Colloq done for, Slang Brit gone for a burton Both his parents are dead, and his only brother lives in Australia Lycidas is dead, dead ere his prime. 2 insensate, insensible, numb, paralysed, benumbed, unfeeling After the accident, my left thumb was completely dead 3 insensible, unconscious, out, dead to the world, deathlike, deathly At the news of her son, she fell in a dead faint 4 insensitive, unemotional, unfeeling, emotionless, apathetic, lukewarm, cool, cold, frigid, unresponsive, unsympathetic, indifferent, unconcerned, uninterested; numb, wooden, callous, hardened, impervious, inured, inert He has always been dead to others' problems 5 out, smothered, extinguished The fire is dead 6 inanimate, lifeless, inert, inorganic Dead stones speak volumes to the geologist 7 extinct, obsolete, perished, past, outmoded, disused, expired, passé Latin is a dead language 8 barren, unfruitful, infertile, unproductive That area off the coast is dead as far as fishing goes 9 tired (out), exhausted, worn out, fatigued, tired out, spent, collapsing, in a state of collapse, Slang bushed, beat, Brit knackered, US and Canadian pooped We were completely dead after the hike into town 10 dull, lustreless, flat, neutral, vapid, empty, bland, colourless, grey, beige, dun The walls of the prison were painted a dead white 11 stagnant, motionless, still, standing, static, inert, unmoving, inactive, quiet, calm There were small pools of dead water covered with a green slime Without a breath of air stirring, the boat was dead in the water. 12 boring, dull, tedious, tiresome, monotonous, prosaic, uninteresting, run-of-the-mill, ordinary, commonplace, dry, insipid, bland, flat, two-dimensional, lifeless, stiff, rigid, stony The play was bad, the performance dead 13 dull, muffled, deadened, anechoic, unresounding, non-resonant One room in the laboratory was built to be dead to all sound 14 complete, entire, total, absolute, downright, thorough, through and through, utter, all-out, out-and-out, unqualified, unrelieved, unbroken, categorical, outright My investment in the anti-gravity pill has so far been a dead loss 15 profound, deep I fell into a dead sleep 16 sudden, abrupt, complete, full The train came to a dead stop 17 certain, sure, unerring, exact, precise, accurate, crack According to the records, Calamity Jane was a dead shot

adv. 18 completely, entirely, absolutely, totally, utterly, categorically, thoroughly, unconditionally, unqualifiedly You are dead right about Pontefract 19 completely, entirely, absolutely, totally; abruptly, suddenly He stopped dead in his tracks and stared at me 20 directly, exactly, precisely An enormous maelstrom lay dead ahead of the fragile craft

n. 21 depth(s), extreme, midst, middle She used to visit his room in the dead of night

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.