Dig

  • 61 dig in — phrasal verb Word forms dig in : present tense I/you/we/they dig in he/she/it digs in present participle digging in past tense dug in past participle dug in 1) [intransitive] if something digs in, it presses hard into something else She gripped… …

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  • 62 dig —    Eli;    ♦ dig with a sharp tool, kipi;    ♦ dig holes with a stick, ōkupe;    ♦ dig with a spade or an ō ō, ōla ola o;    ♦ dig food crops, kā ai;    ♦ dig a trench, ditch, or furrow, uwa a, āwa a;    ♦ dig often, eli eli;    ♦ dig under,… …

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  • 63 dig — I. verb (dug; digging) Etymology: Middle English diggen Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. to break up, turn, or loosen (as earth) with an implement b. to prepare the soil of < dig a garden > 2 …

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  • 64 DiG! — Infobox Film name = DiG! image size = caption = Theatrical release poster director = Ondi Timoner producer = Ondi Timoner writer = Ondi Timoner narrator = starring = Anton Newcombe Courtney Taylor Taylor Joel Gion music = cinematography = Vasco… …

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  • 65 dig up — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you dig up something, you remove it from the ground where it has been buried or planted. [V P n (not pron)] You would have to dig up the plant yourself... [V P n (not pron)] More bodies have been dug up at the site... [V n P]… …

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  • 66 dig — verb (digs, digging; past and past participle dug) 1》 break up and move earth with a tool or with hands, paws, etc.     ↘make (a hole) by digging.     ↘extract from the ground by digging.     ↘(dig in) (of a soldier) protect oneself by making a… …

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  • 67 dig*/*/ — [dɪg] (present participle digging; past tense and past participle dug [dʌg] ) verb [I/T] I to make a hole in earth using your hands, a machine, or a tool The children like to dig in the sand.[/ex] We dug a hole and planted the tree.[/ex] The boys …

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  • 68 digər — sif. <fars.> Başqa, ayrı, o biri, ikinci. Digər adamlar. Digər vaxtda. Digər fikrə görə. // İs. mənasında. Biri digərinə kömək etməlidir. // Cəm şəklində: digərləri – başqaları, o biriləri …

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  • 69 DiG! — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Dig. DiG! est un film documentaire américain réalisé par Ondi Timoner, sorti en 2004. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique …

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  • 70 dig — 1. verb 1) she began to dig the heavy clay soil Syn: turn over, work, break up; till, harrow, plow, shovel 2) he took a spade and dug a hole Syn: excavate, dig out, quarry, hollow out …

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  • 71 dig — 1. verb 1) she began to dig the soil Syn: turn over, work, break up 2) he dug a hole Syn: excavate, dig out, quarry, hollow out, scoop out, bore, burrow, mine …

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  • 72 dig up — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms dig up : present tense I/you/we/they dig up he/she/it digs up present participle digging up past tense dug up past participle dug up 1) to remove something from under the ground by digging We will have to dig… …

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  • 73 dig — v. & n. v. (digging; past and past part. dug) 1 intr. break up and remove or turn over soil, ground, etc., with a tool, one s hands, (of an animal) claws, etc. 2 tr. a break up and displace (the ground etc.) in this way. b (foll. by up) break up… …

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  • 74 dig — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. shovel, spade, excavate, grub, delve; labor, speed; unearth; slang, enjoy (see pleasure). See concavity, exertion. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Insult] Syn. gibe, taunt, innuendo, cut; see insult , ridicule …

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  • 75 dig — 1. tv. & in. to understand something. □ I just don’t dig what you are saying. □ Sorry. I just don’t dig. 2. tv. to appreciate something; to like something. □ He really digs classical music. □ …

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  • 76 dig in — {v.}, {informal} 1. To dig ditches for protection against an enemy attack. * /The soldiers dug in and waited for the enemy to come./ 2a. To go seriously to work; work hard. * /John dug in and finished his homework very quickly./ 2b. To begin… …

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  • 77 dig up — {v.}, {informal} To find or get (something) with some effort. * /Sue dug up some useful material for her English composition./ * /Jim asked each boy to dig up twenty five cents to pay for the hot dogs and soda./ Compare: DIG OUT …

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  • 78 dig in — {v.}, {informal} 1. To dig ditches for protection against an enemy attack. * /The soldiers dug in and waited for the enemy to come./ 2a. To go seriously to work; work hard. * /John dug in and finished his homework very quickly./ 2b. To begin… …

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  • 79 dig up — {v.}, {informal} To find or get (something) with some effort. * /Sue dug up some useful material for her English composition./ * /Jim asked each boy to dig up twenty five cents to pay for the hot dogs and soda./ Compare: DIG OUT …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 80 dig in — phr verb Dig in is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑fingernail Dig in is used with these nouns as the object: ↑fingernail, ↑purse, ↑rib, ↑soil, ↑spur …

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