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English-German translation for: Dig deeper
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to dig deeper [also fig.]tiefer graben [auch fig.]
to dig deeper [idiom] [ask additional questions]nachhaken [ugs.] [weitere Fragen stellen]
Partial Matches
deeper {adj}tiefer
deeper felt {adj}tiefempfundener
to grow deepersichAkk. vertiefen
deeper meaningHintersinn {m}
deeper meaningtieferer Sinn {m}
deeper understandingtieferes Verstehen {n}
deeper wallet [fig.]größere Brieftasche {f} [fig.]
deeper and deeper {adj} {adv}immer tiefer
to go deeper into sth. [also fig.]in etw.Akk. tiefer hineingehen [auch fig.]
with a deeper / hidden meaning {adj} [postpos.]hintersinnig
theatre F Jest, Satire, Irony, and Deeper SignificanceScherz, Satire, Ironie und tiefere Bedeutung [Christian Dietrich Grabbe]
The deeper meaning remained obscure to me.Der tiefere Sinn verschloss sich mir.
to get deeper in the shit [vulg.] [idiom]den Karren tiefer in die Scheiße fahren [vulg.] [Redewendung]
to digbuddeln [ugs.]
to diggraben
hort. to digroden
hort. to digumgraben
to digwühlen [graben]
archaeo. digAusgrabung {f}
archaeo. digGrabung {f}
digStoß {m} [mit dem Ellbogen]
to dig [coll.]verstehen
to dig [to nudge]stoßen [mit dem Ellbogen]
to dig [to poke]schubsen
dig [coll.]Stichelei {f}
archaeo. dig [site]Grabungsstätte {f}
mil. to dig (trenches)schanzen
to dig ineingraben
to dig inuntergraben [in Erde]
to dig intohineingraben
to dig offabgraben
to dig outabgraben
to dig outausschaufeln
to dig peatTorf stechen
to dig throughdurchgraben
constr. to dig throughdurchstechen [Erdboden, Dämme]
to dig upauffischen [ugs.]
to dig upaufgraben
to dig upausbuddeln
to dig upausschaufeln
agr. to dig uproden [Kartoffeln]
mining to dig upschürfen
to dig upumgraben
dig (at)Anspielung {f} (gegen)
archaeo. dig areaGrabungsfläche {f}
archaeo. dig leaderGrabungsleiter {m}
archaeo. dig siteAusgrabungsstätte {f}
archaeo. dig siteGrabungsstätte {f}
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