dig

dɪɡ

Перевод:

Verb: копать рыть выкапывать раскапывать
Noun: толчок тычок прилежный студент насмешка

Фразы:

to dig a canal - прорыть канаву

to dig a garden - перекопать почву в саду

to dig carrots - выкапывать морковь

to dig up a tree - выкопать дерево

to dig up an artefact - откопать артефакт

to dig a fork into the steak - воткнуть вилку в бифштекс

to dig one's hands in(to) one's pockets - засунуть руки в карманы

to dig into the annals of history - копаться в анналах истории

to dig oneself into the new job - освоиться на новой работе

dig dirt - говорить непристойности; сплетничать

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Примеры:

I dig Italy. - Италия мне по душе.

The hole was freshly dug. - Яма была выкопана недавно.

Dig down about 6 inches. - Копай на глубину примерно в 6 дюймов.

Do you dig what I mean? - Ты понимаешь, что я имею в виду?

I really dig their music. - Я просто тащусь от их музыки.

The well was dug 900 years ago. - Колодец был выкопан девятьсот лет назад.

She gave me a sharp dig in the ribs. - Она резко ткнула меня в бок.

Dig a hole three feet deep. - Выкопайте яму глубиной три фута.

The press started digging into his private affairs. - Журналисты принялись копаться в его частной жизни.

She dug around in her bag for a pen. - Она порылась в сумке в поисках ручки.

He couldn't resist a dig at the referee. - Он не смог удержаться от подколки в адрес судьи.

Dig your foot into the floor. - Дави на газ до упора.

Do we have to dig the bushes out? - Нужно ли нам выкапывать кусты?

They set up camp next to the dig. - Они разбили лагерь рядом с раскопками.

I was digging for worms to go fishing. - Я копал червей для рыбалки.

He sat down and at once dug into his meal. - Он сел за стол и сразу же набросился на еду.

She was barefoot and stones dug into her feet. - Камни впивались в её босые ноги.

I dig that hat! - Я тащусь от этой шляпы!

She was digging away at her math homework. - Она корпела /трудилась/ над своим домашним заданием по математике.

She takes a dig at me every chance she gets. - Она докапывается до меня при любой возможности.

Please move away a little, your books are digging into me. - Подвиньтесь немного, пожалуйста, края ваших книг впиваются в меня.

Dig the oars into the water. - Погрузите вёсла в воду.

I didn't even try to dig out the car. - Я даже не пытался откопать машину из-под снега.

I watched the birds digging for worms. - Я наблюдал, как птицы ищут в земле червей.

He dug his hands deep into his pockets. - Он засунул руки глубоко в карманы.

I dug both spurs into the flanks of the mule. - Я вонзил шпоры в бока мула.

He dug down about 10 feet before he hit water. - Он углубился футов на 10, прежде чем докопался до воды.

She participated in a dig last summer. - Прошлым летом она участвовала в раскопках .

They dug into the sand with their hands. - Они закапались в песок своими руками. (с помощью своих рук)

Some animal has been digging in the garden. - Какое-то животное уже давненько роется в огороде.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you dig around in a place or container, you search for something in every part of it.

If you dig a substance in, or dig it into the soil, you mix it into the soil by digging.

If you dig someone or something out of a place, you get them out by digging or by forcing them from the things surrounding them.

If you dig over an area of soil, you dig it thoroughly, so that the soil becomes looser and free from lumps.

If you dig up something, you remove it from the ground where it has been buried or planted.

If you dig around in a place or container, you search for something in every part of it.

If you dig a substance in, or dig it into the soil, you mix it into the soil by digging.

If you dig someone or something out of a place, you get them out by digging or by forcing them from the things surrounding them.

If you dig over an area of soil, you dig it thoroughly, so that the soil becomes looser and free from lumps.

If you dig up something, you remove it from the ground where it has been buried or planted.

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Связанные термины:

dig in: If you dig a substance in, or dig it into the soil, you mix it into the soil by digging.

dig up: If you dig up something, you remove it from the ground where it has been buried or planted.

dig out: If you dig someone or something out of a place, you get them out by digging or by forcing them from the things surrounding them.

dig deep: If you dig deep, you do a very thorough investigation into something.

dig into: to penetrate by or as by digging

dig over: If you dig over an area of soil, you dig it thoroughly, so that the soil becomes looser and free from lumps .

grim dig: an obdurate soldier

infra dig: beneath one's dignity

dig around: If you dig around in a place or container, you search for something in every part of it.

dig in one's heels: to refuse to give up or modify one's opinion, policy, attitude, etc., esp. when faced with opposition

dig in your heels: to refuse to do something such as change your opinions or plans, especially when someone is trying very hard to make you do so

dig one's heels in: to refuse stubbornly to move or be persuaded

dig your own grave: to put yourself in a difficult situation by doing something wrong or making foolish mistakes

dig one's own grave: If you say that someone is digging their own grave, you are warning them that they are doing something foolish or dangerous that will cause their own failure.

dig up dirt on someone: to search for any information about someone that may damage their reputation

to dig one's heels in: If you dig your heels in or dig in your heels, you refuse to do something such as change your opinions or plans, especially when someone is trying very hard to make you do so.

dig into one's pockets/purse: If someone digs into their pocket or digs into their purse, they manage after some difficulty to find the money to pay for something.

dip into your pocket: to pay for something with your own money

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Однокоренные слова:

dig in - окапываться, вкапывать, врывать, вонзать, зарывать
dig out - выкапывать, раскапывать, раскопать, внезапно покидать, поспешно уезжать
dig through - прорыть, прокопать, прорывать, прокапывать
dig up - откопать, разрыть, вырыть, проковырять, вспахать, вырывать

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