Dig

  • 41 dig — pron., akkusativ af du, I …

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  • 42 dig|a|my — «DIHG uh mee», noun. second marriage; marrying again after the death of the first husband or wife. ╂[< Latin digamia < Greek digamíā < di twice + gámos marrying] …

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  • 43 Dig|by — «DIHG bee», noun, plural bies, or Digby chicken, a variety of small herring caught and cured at Digby, Nova Scotia …

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  • 44 dig|i|to|ri|um — «DIHJ uh TR ee uhm, TOHR », noun, plural to|ri|a « TR ee uh, TOHR ». a small portable keyboard used for exercising and strengthening the fingers in piano playing; a dumb piano …

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  • 45 dig|ni|fy — «DIHG nuh fy», transitive verb, fied, fy|ing. 1. to give dignity to; make noble, worthwhile, or worthy: »The low farmhouse was dignified by the great elms around it. 2. to give a high sounding name or title to: »The boys dignified their old… …

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  • 46 dig|ni|ty — «DIHG nuh tee», noun, plural ties. 1. proud and self respecting character or manner or stately appearance: »the dignity of a cathedral. Milton s poetry has dignity. 2. the quality of character or ability that wins respect and high opinion of… …

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  • 47 dig — ba·si·dig·i·ta·le; con·dig·ni·ty; dig; dig·a·my; dig·e·nite; dig·ger; dig·ging; dig·i·lan·ide; dig·it; dig·i·tal·in; dig·i·tal·is; dig·i·tal·i·za·tion; dig·i·tal·ose; dig·i·tar·ia; dig·i·tate; dig·i·ta·tion; dig·i·ti·gra·da; dig·i·ti·nervate;… …

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  • 48 dig — dig1 S3 [dıg] v past tense and past participle dug [dʌg] present participle digging [Date: 1100 1200; Origin: Perhaps from Old English dic ditch ] 1.) [I and T] to move earth, snow etc, or to make a hole in the ground, using a ↑spade or your… …

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  • 49 dig — dig1 [ dıg ] (past tense and past participle dug [ dʌg ] ; present participle dig|ging) verb ** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to make a hole in earth or sand using your hands, a machine, or a tool, especially a shovel: The children like to dig… …

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  • 50 dig — [[t]dɪ̱g[/t]] ♦♦♦ digs, digging, dug 1) VERB If people or animals dig, they make a hole in the ground or in a pile of earth, stones, or rubbish. They tried digging in a patch just below the cave... [V n] Dig a largish hole and bang the stake in… …

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  • 51 dig — 1 verb past tense and past participle dug, present participle digging 1 (I, T) to move earth or make a hole in it using a spade or your hands: They escaped by digging an underground tunnel. | dig for sth (=dig in order to find something): They re …

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  • 52 dig — I UK [dɪɡ] / US verb Word forms dig : present tense I/you/we/they dig he/she/it digs present participle digging past tense dug UK [dʌɡ] / US past participle dug ** 1) [intransitive/transitive] to make a hole in earth or sand using your hands, a… …

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  • 53 dig — I. /dɪg / (say dig) verb (dug or, Archaic, digged, digging) –verb (i) 1. to break up, turn over, or remove earth, etc., as with a spade; make an excavation. 2. to make one s way by, or as by, digging. –verb (t) 3. to penetrate and loosen (the… …

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  • 54 dig — dig1 /dig/, v., dug or (Archaic) digged, digging, n. v.i. 1. to break up, turn over, or remove earth, sand, etc., as with a shovel, spade, bulldozer, or claw; make an excavation. 2. to make one s way or work by or as by removing or turning over… …

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  • 55 dig — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 (esp. BrE) small push ADJECTIVE ▪ sharp VERB + DIG ▪ give ▪ She gave him a sharp dig in the ribs. ▪ feel …

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  • 56 dig — I n. (colloq.) excavation 1) to go on a dig 2) an archeological dig poke 3) to give smb. a dig (in the ribs) II v. 1) (D; intr.) to dig for ( to search for ) (to dig for gold) 2) (d; intr.) ( to delve ) to dig into (to dig into a report) 3) (d;… …

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  • 57 Dig — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.   Sigles d’une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres   Sigles de quatre lettres …

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  • 58 dig — I [[t]dɪg[/t]] v. dug, dig•ging, 1) to break up, turn over, or remove earth, sand, etc., as with a shovel, spade, bulldozer, or claw; make an excavation 2) to make one s way or work by or as if by removing or turning over material: to dig through …

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  • 59 dig up — verb 1. find by digging in the ground (Freq. 2) I dug up an old box in the garden • Syn: ↑excavate, ↑turn up • Derivationally related forms: ↑excavation (for: ↑exca …

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  • 60 dig in — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you dig a substance in, or dig it into the soil, you mix it into the soil by digging. [V P n (not pron)] I usually dig in a small barrow load of compost in late summer... [V n P n] To dig calcium into the soil, he warned, does… …

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