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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 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 deep in deep British & World English

Use one’s physical, mental, or financial resources

dig 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 the dirt British & World English

Discover and reveal damaging information about someone

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

Do something foolish which causes one’s downfall

dig one's own grave British & World English

Do something foolish which causes one’s downfall

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

Resist stubbornly; refuse to give in

dig in one's heels British & World English

Resist stubbornly; refuse to give in

dig a hole for oneself in dig British & World English

Get oneself into an awkward or restrictive situation

dig a hole for oneself British & World English

Get oneself into an awkward or restrictive situation

digs English Thesaurus

he had just been thrown out of his digs

digs English-Spanish

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to live in digs in dig English-Spanish

vivir en una habitación alquilada, una pensión etc

he took me to his digs in dig English-Spanish

me llevó a donde vivía