Definition of digs in English:

digs

Syllabification: digs

noun

informal
Living quarters: settled into new digs in Los Angeles
More example sentences
  • At least Nigel has nice new digs now - complete with sunshine views and indoor plants!
  • For the record, here's the link to his new digs at Normblog.
  • Come celebrate our new digs and the spirit of the holiday season with us.
Synonyms
home, quarters, living quarters, rooms, accommodations; house, apartment
informal pad, place

Origin

late 19th century: short for diggings, used in the same sense, probably referring to the land where a farmer digs, i.e., works and, by extension, lives.

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