Definition of dig in phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


dig in

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Phrasal Verbs
  1. 1used to tell somebody to start to eat Help yourselves, everybody! Dig in!
  2. 2to wait, or deal with a difficult situation, with great patience There is nothing we can do except dig in and wait.
  1. 1to mix soil with another substance by digging the two substances together The manure should be well dug in.
  2. 2to push something into something else He dug his fork into the steak.
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