digging, present participle; dug, past participle; dug, past tense; digs, 3rd person singular present;
Break up and move earth with a tool or machine, or with hands, paws, snout, etc
the boar had been digging for roots
she had to dig the garden
authorities cause chaos by digging up roads
Make (a hole, grave, etc.) by breaking up and moving earth in such a way
he took a spade and dug a hole
the newly dug grave
Extract from the ground by breaking up and moving earth
they dug up fossils of an animal about the size of a turkey
(of a soldier) Protect oneself by making a trench or similar ground defense
Used to encourage someone to start eating with gusto and have as much as they want
put the sausage on top of the polenta; then dig in
Push or poke something in or into
he dug his hands into his pockets
Excavate (an archaeological site)
apart from digging a site, recording evidence is important
Bring out something that is hidden or has been stored for a long time
they dug out last year's notes
Find money from (somewhere)
members have to dig deep into their pockets
Search or rummage in a specified place
Catherine dug into her handbag and produced her card
Engage in research; conduct an investigation
a professional digging for information
he had no compunction about digging into her private affairs
Discover information after a search or investigation
have you dug up any information on the captain?
Like, appreciate, or understand
I really dig heavy rock
An act or spell of digging
a thorough dig of the whole plot
An archaeological excavation
A push or poke with one's elbow, finger, etc
Ginnie gave her sister a dig in the ribs
A remark intended to mock or criticize
this was a cruel dig at Jenny
the site of an archeological exploration; "they set up camp next to the dig"
turn up, loosen, or remove earth; "Dig we must"; "turn over the soil for aeration"
create by digging; "dig a hole"; "dig out a channel"
shot: an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect; "his parting shot was `drop dead'"; "she threw shafts of sarcasm"; "she takes a dig at me every chance she gets"
a small gouge (as in the cover of a book); "the book was in good condition except for a dig in the back cover"
labor: work hard; "She was digging away at her math homework"; "Lexicographers drudge all day long"
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An archeological investigation; 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; To research a particular subject
(digging) The action performed by a person or thing that digs
(digs) (colloquial) Lodgings. From diggings
(DIGGING) Working hard to expose or bury something; getting to the bottom of an issue / Making trouble for yourself; overextending yourself; cutting remarks
(Digging) Alex writes: What can I do to stop my golden retriever from digging? My garden is a mess.
(Digging) All trees are machine-dug to the American Standard for Nursery Stock (ANSI Z60.1) specifications, wrapped in burlap and placed in a wire basket. Hand-digging is available for larger trees.
(Digging) Could mean you are hiding something or in search of something or parts of yourself.
(Digging) To dream of digging, denotes that you will never be in want, but life will be an uphill affair. ...
(Digging) To row with the oar too deeply into the water, resulting in loss of power. The blade should stay just below the water’s surface.
(digging (a pedal)) a cyclist hitting a pedal on the ground while leaning in a turn.
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