dig in definition

  • verb:
    • to start consuming.
    • to create a burst of dedication.
    • To dig trenches to withstand an enemy assault. (This definition is extended by metaphor to cricket also circumstances.)
    • To adopt a resolute mind-set (usually: to dig in one's foot, heels, etc.)
    • consume heartily
    • occupy a trench or secured area
    • to start eating.
    • which will make a burst of dedication.
    • To dig trenches to withstand an enemy assault. (This definition is extended by metaphor to cricket alongside circumstances.)
    • to look at a resolute frame of mind (frequently: to dig in a single's foot, pumps, etc.)
    • consume heartily
    • occupy a trench or secured area

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    • (informal) to start or begin consuming
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