dig in

VERB
  1. occupy a trench or secured area
    The troops dug in for the night
  2. eat heartily
    The food was placed on the table and the children pitched in
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How To Use dig in In A Sentence

  • When you dig into them, I think that you might just find that some of the very best moments of the DCAU occur throughout Superman: TAS, whether is the pitch-perfect origin reenactment in the early episodes to the first meeting of the two icons in “World’s Finest”. Superman: The Complete Animated Series » DVDs Worth Watching
  • Sarah Pickin, 23, spotted the ancient piece of "confectionery" during a dig in north-west Finland, but had to check with colleagues whether her hunch was correct or if it was in fact a fossilised piece of animal dung. Student Finds Neolithic Chewing Gum | Impact Lab
  • Tommy picked up his spoon and began to dig in, too.
  • Dig in some compost or well-rotted horse manure (fresh manure will damage the plants) and rake level, removing any large stones.
  • she gave me a sharp dig in the ribs
  • ‘When you dig into it and see what's in there, the worms and woodlice and other creatures, it is really quite satisfying,’ he says.
  • the book was in good condition except for a dig in the back cover
  • He had to dig into savings to pay current debts.
  • The shindig in question was the Party's anniversary bash at the New South Wales Parliament yesterday.
  • They don't dig in or cause any discomfort and they are adjustable. The Sun
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