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Meaning of “dig” - Learner’s Dictionary

dig

verb     /dɪɡ/ ( present participle digging, past tense and past participle dug)
B1 [I, T] to break or move the ground with a tool, machine, etc: Digging the garden is good exercise.Digging
dig a hole/tunnel, etc
B2 to make a hole in the ground by moving some of the ground or soil away: They've dug a huge hole in the road. →  See also dig the/up dirt on sb Digging
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