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dig British & World English

Break up and move earth with a tool or machine, or with hands, paws, snout, etc.

dig English Thesaurus

they dug my garden for me

dig deep British & World English

Use one’s physical, mental, or financial resources

infra dig British & World English

Beneath one; demeaning

dig the dirt British & World English

Discover and reveal damaging information about someone

dig in in dig British & World English

(Of a soldier) protect oneself by digging a trench or similar ground defence

dig something up/out in dig British & World English

Bring out or discover something after a search or investigation

dig in one's heels British & World English

Resist stubbornly; refuse to give in

dig one's own grave British & World English

Do something foolish which causes one’s downfall

dig a hole for oneself British & World English

Get oneself into an awkward or restrictive situation

dig deep in deep British & World English

Use one’s physical, mental, or financial resources

dig the dirt in dig British & World English

Discover and reveal damaging information about someone

dig in one's heels in dig British & World English

Resist stubbornly; refuse to give in

dig one's own grave in grave1 British & World English

Do something foolish which causes one’s downfall

dig a hole for oneself in dig British & World English

Get oneself into an awkward or restrictive situation

dig the dirt or dig up dirt in dig British & World English

Discover and reveal damaging information about someone

dig something up in dig English Thesaurus

the bodies were hastily dug up

dig in one's heels or toes or feet in dig British & World English

Resist stubbornly; refuse to give in

dig a hole for oneself or dig oneself into a hole in dig British & World English

Get oneself into an awkward or restrictive situation