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dig sth up

phrasal verb with dig uk   /dɪɡ/  us   /dɪɡ/ verb (present participle digging, past tense and past participle dug)
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to take something out of the ​ground by ​digging: It's ​time we ​dug up those ​potatoes.
to ​break the ​ground or to make a ​hole in it with a ​tool, ​machine, etc.: They're ​digging up the ​roadoutside to ​fix a ​faultywatermain.
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