Bedeutung von “dig sth up” — Learner’s Dictionary

dig sth up

phrasal verb with dig us uk /dɪɡ/ verb present participle digging, past tense and past participle dug
TAKE OUT

to take something out of the ground by digging:

Could you dig up a few potatoes for dinner?
BREAK GROUND

to break the ground or make a hole in the ground with a tool, machine, etc:

They're digging up the road outside my house.
INFORMATION

to discover information that is secret or forgotten by searching very carefully:

See if you can dig up anything interesting about his past.

(Definition von “dig sth up” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)