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English definition of “dig (yourself) in”

dig (yourself) in

verb uk phrasal verb with dig   /dɪɡ/ (present participle digging, past tense and past participle dug) us  
to make arrangements to protect yourself from an attack by the enemy in a war situation, for example by digging trenches (= long, narrow holes)
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