Dig

  • 81 dig up — phr verb Dig up is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑archaeologist Dig up is used with these nouns as the object: ↑bulb, ↑dirt, ↑information, ↑shrub, ↑soil, ↑treasure …

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  • 82 dig — Synonyms and related words: Parthian shot, abide, absorb, abysm, abyss, accept, appreciate, apprehend, assault, assimilate, back answer, backset, bang, bash, bat, be affected, be in tune, be inspired, be involved, be moved, be with one, bear,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 83 dig up — Synonyms and related words: accumulate, agglomerate, aggregate, aggroup, amass, assemble, avulse, batch, be curious, bring to light, bring together, bulk, bunch, bunch together, bunch up, burn with curiosity, clump, cluster, collect, colligate,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 84 dig — [13] The origins of dig are not altogether clear. It does not appear to have existed in Old English, although it has been speculated that there was an Old English verb *dīcigian, never recorded, derived from dīc ‘ditch’ (the standard Old English… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 85 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 eating. Mother set …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 86 dig\ up — v informal To find or get (smth) 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 …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 87 dig — vb to understand, appreciate or enjoy. A word from the slang of American swing and jazz musicians which was adopted by the beat generation and thence by teenagers all over the English speaking world. It is now almost always used iron ically or… …

    Contemporary slang

  • 88 dig — v 1.(all in reference to earth) work, loosen up, break up, turn over, prepare, dress; hoe, till, cultivate, harrow, plow; shovel, spade, dibble; toil, grub, Inf. work pick and shovel; excavate, hollow out, scoop, gouge; tunnel, burrow, channel,… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 89 Dig up! — exclam. Listen up!; Pay attention! □ Dig up, man! This is important. □ Shut up and dig up! …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 90 dig — [13] The origins of dig are not altogether clear. It does not appear to have existed in Old English, although it has been speculated that there was an Old English verb *dīcigian, never recorded, derived from dīc ‘ditch’ (the standard Old English… …

    Word origins

  • 91 dig in — verb Date: 1827 transitive verb 1. to cover or incorporate by burying < dig in compost > 2. to establish in a dug defensive position < the platoon was well dug in > intransiti …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 92 DiG!C — Digital Imaging Core (DIGIC) is the manufacturer s name for a family of signal processing and control units for digital cameras and camcorders. DIGIC units are made by Canon Inc. for use in Canon s own digital imagery products . Technically, a… …

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  • 93 dig — 1. verb /dɪɡ/ a) To move hard packed earth out of the way, especially downward to make a hole with a shovel. Or to drill etc. through rocks, roads, etc. They dug an eight foot deep ditch along the side of the road. b) To research a particular… …

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  • 94 dig in — verb a) To begin eating. I wanted to say grace before dinner, but the kids were already digging in. b) To make a burst of hard work. Ive got to dig in for a couple of weeks to secure my promotion …

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  • 95 DIG — • DIsable Gravity (aus The REAL Canonical List of Forgotten Assembly Language Commands : ) • Digital Image Generator • Digital Imaging Group Vereinigung von Adobe, Canon, Kodak, Fuji, HP, IBM, MS u.a. • DiG Domain information Groper …

    Acronyms

  • 96 Dig — Original name in latin Dg Name in other language Deeg, Dig, Dg State code IN Continent/City Asia/Kolkata longitude 27.47188 latitude 77.32564 altitude 180 Population 43486 Date 2012 03 24 …

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  • 97 dig in — (Roget s IV) v. 1. [*To begin, especially to begin eating] Syn. start in, attack, fall to; see begin 1 , bite 1 , eat 1 . 2. [To entrench] Syn. fortify, brace oneself, stand firm, dig in one s heels; see defend 1 , endure 2 , resolve 1 …

    English dictionary for students

  • 98 dig up — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. find, uncover, excavate; see dig 2 , discover …

    English dictionary for students

  • 99 DIG — [1] DIsable Gravity (aus The REAL Canonical List of Forgotten Assembly Language Commands : ) [2] Digital Image Generator [3] Digital Imaging Group Vereinigung von Adobe, Canon, Kodak, Fuji, HP, IBM, MS u.a. [3] DiG Domain information Groper …

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  • 100 dig — I v To enjoy. Margie really digs jazz of the 40s. 1970s II v To study hard. He spent the night digging and still failed the exam. 1860s III v To understand. Can you dig this music, man? 1960s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang