Thursday, January 8, 2009

DIG


DIG

Etymology: Middle English diggen

Date:13th century

a: to break up, turn, or loosen (as earth) with an implement b: to prepare the soil 2 a: to bring to the surface by digging : unearth (dig potatoes) b: to bring to light or out of hiding (dig up facts)3: to hollow out or form by removing earth : excavate (dig a hole)

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