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Translation of "dig" - English-German dictionary

dig

verb /diɡ/ ( present participle digging, past tense, past participle dug /daɡ/)
to turn up (earth) with a spade etc umgraben Alison is outside digging the garden. to make (a hole) in this way graben The child dug a tunnel in the sand. to poke stoßen He dug his brother in the ribs with his elbow. digger noun a machine for digging. das Grabgerät a mechanical digger. dig out to get out by digging ausgraben We had to dig the car out of the mud. to find by searching ans Tageslicht bringen I’ll see if I can dig out that photo. dig up ausgraben We dug up that old tree They dug up a skeleton They’re digging up the road yet again.
(Definition of dig from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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