Synonyms of dig in English:

dig


See definition of dig

verb

1‘they dug my garden for me’

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cultivate, till, harrow, plough, turn over, work, break up, spade
delve, break up soil, break up earth, break up ground, move earth, move soil

2‘they tried to dig a tunnel under the house’

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excavate, dig out, quarry, hollow out, scoop out, gouge out, cut, bore, tunnel, burrow, mine, channel

3‘there were no cows to milk and no vegetables to dig’

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unearth, dig up, pull up, grub up, root up, root out, bring to the surface, extract from the ground
harvest, gather, collect

4‘Winnie dug her elbow into his ribs’

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poke, prod, jab, stab, shove, ram, push, thrust, drive, nudge

5‘they asked questions and dug into my past’

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delve, probe, search, inquire, look
investigate, research, examine, scrutinize, check up on, vet
North American check out

6‘he's great and I dig talking with him’

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like, love, adore, take great pleasure in, delight in, enjoy, appreciate, be keen on
informal get a kick out of, get a buzz out of, go a bundle on
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dislike

7‘this art is symbolic—do you dig me?’

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understand, comprehend, follow
grasp, make out
informal get, get someone's drift, get the picture, see the light

noun

1‘Emma gave me a dig in the ribs’

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poke, prod, jab, stab, shove, push, nudge, elbow

2‘they're always making digs at one another’

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snide remark, cutting remark, jibe, jeer, taunt, sneer, insult, barb, slur, slight, affront, insinuation
informal wisecrack, crack, put-down

Phrases

    dig something up

    1‘the bodies were hastily dug up’


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    rare


    2‘they dug up scandalous facts about top businessmen’


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