listen to the pronunciation of deep-six
Englisch - Türkisch
(deyim) Harap etmek, yok etmek, ortadan kaldırmak
give it a deep six
(deyim) Atmak, bir şeyi başından atıp, kurtulmak
drawn up six deep
6 sıra halinde
Englisch - Englisch
to throw something overboard from a ship
to get rid of something unwanted

First, the stark message to “eat less” of a particular food has been deep-sixed. - 28/01/2007, New York Times.

toss out; get rid of; "deep-six these old souvenirs!"
To deep-six something means to get rid of it or destroy it. I'd simply like to deep-six this whole project
throw from a boat toss out; get rid of; "deep-six these old souvenirs!
throw from a boat
To discard, cancel, halt; to completely put an end to something

They had put many hundreds of hours into the project before it was deep-sixed by management.

(deyim) A place of disposal or abandonment ― used especially in the phrase give it the deep six
(deyim) Get rid of; destroy utterly. Origin: (as the deep six 'the grave'): perh. from the custom of burial at sea at a depth of six fathoms
give it a deep six
(deyim) Toss out; get rid of
deep six
to decide not to use something such as a plan