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English-German translation for: dig
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NOUN1   a dig | digs
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NOUN2   a DIG | DIGs
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VERB1  to dig | dug/[archaic] digged | dug/[archaic] digged ... 
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VERB2   to dig [= like] | dug | dug]
 
SYNO   to dig | to dig out | to dig up | dig ... 
to dig
3447
graben
to dig
712
wühlen [graben]
to dig
649
buddeln [ugs.]
to dig [coll.] [like, enjoy]
574
mögen
to dig [coll.]
409
verstehen
hort. to dig
376
umgraben
hort. to dig
359
roden
to dig [to nudge]
349
stoßen [mit dem Ellbogen]
to dig [to poke]
337
schubsen
to dig sth. [sl.] [dated] [understand]
154
etw. raffen [verstehen] [ugs.]
to dig sth. [coll.] [understand]
88
etw. schnallen [verstehen] [ugs.]
constr. to dig sth. [trench etc.]
20
etw. ziehen [Graben usw.]
to dig sb./sth. [coll.]jdn./etw. mögen
to dig sb./sth. [coll.]auf jdn./etw. stehen [ugs.]
to dig sb./sth. [coll.] [to be fond of sb./sth.]auf jdn./etw. abfahren [ugs.]
to dig sth. [coll.] [understand]etw.Akk. kapieren [ugs.]
Nouns
archaeo. dig
189
Ausgrabung {f}
dig [coll.]
171
Stichelei {f}
dig
40
Stoß {m} [mit dem Ellbogen]
archaeo. dig
23
Grabung {f}
archaeo. dig [site]
13
Grabungsstätte {f}
biochem. digoxigenin <DIG>Digoxigenin {n} <DIG>
2 Words: Others
Dig in. [coll.] [Just eat!]Hau rein! [ugs.] [Iss!]
infra dig {adj} [coll.]unter jds. Würde
sb. would digjd. grübe
2 Words: Verbs
mil. to dig (trenches)schanzen
to dig around [coll.]herumsuchen
to dig deeper [also fig.]tiefer graben [auch fig.]
to dig deeper [idiom] [ask additional questions]nachhaken [ugs.] [weitere Fragen stellen]
to dig for sth.nach etw.Dat. graben
to dig ineingraben
to dig inuntergraben [in Erde]
gastr. to dig in [coll.] [begin eating heartily]reinhauen [ugs.] [(anfangen kräftig zu) essen]
to dig intohineingraben
to dig into sth. [coll.]sich auf / in etw. stürzen [Arbeit etc.] [Essen etc. nur: auf] [Spiel etc. nur: in]
to dig into sth. [start using supplies / savings] [coll.]an etw. gehen [Ersparnisse / Vorräte beginnen zu verbrauchen] [ugs.]
to dig offabgraben
to dig outabgraben
to dig outausschaufeln
idiom to dig out sth. [coll.]aus der Mottenkiste holen [ugs.] [fig.]
to dig over sth.etw. umgraben
to dig peatTorf stechen
to dig sth. (out) [e.g. a trench]etw.Akk. ausheben [z. B. einen Graben]
to dig sth. (out) [e.g. a trench]etw.Akk. auswerfen [z. B. einen Graben]
to dig sth. outetw. ausbaggern
to dig sth. out [also fig.]etw.Akk. ausgraben [auch fig.]
to dig sth. out [fig.]etw. auskramen [ugs.] [fig.]
agr. to dig sth. upetw. ausmachen [regional] [ausgraben]
constr. to dig sth. up [a road]etw.Akk. aufreißen [eine Straße]
to dig sth. up [also fig.]etw. ausgraben [auch fig.]
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A 2022-03-04: Oje, +fantasy.+ Da muss ich passen...
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A 2013-07-24: Again, to dig means to live in lodgings,
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A 2011-09-07: Dig in
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A 2011-02-25: I dig it=I like it
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A 2009-06-08: I dig it!

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