dig (yourself) in Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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dig (yourself) in

phrasal verb with dig uk   us   /dɪɡ/ verb (present participle digging, past tense and past participle dug)
to make ​arrangements to ​protect yourself from an ​attack by the ​enemy in a ​warsituation, for ​example by ​digging trenches (= ​long, ​narrowholes)
(Definition of dig (yourself) in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dig (yourself) in”
in Chinese (Simplified) (挖壕沟等)掩蔽,防御…
in Chinese (Traditional) (挖壕溝等)掩蔽,防禦…
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