- To resist opposition stubbornly; refuse to yield or compromise.
- To run as fast as one can, especially as a base runner in baseball.
- to dig trenches or foxholes for cover
- to entrench oneself
- to refuse to give up or modify one's opinion, policy, attitude, etc., esp. when faced with opposition
- to penetrate by or as by digging
- to work hard at
Other Word Forms of Dig
Origin of Dig
Middle English diggen perhaps akin to Old French digue dike, trench dhīgw- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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