简明英汉词典

dig in
v.
掘土以掺进

美国传统词典[双解]

dig
dig
AHD:[d1g]
D.J.[dig]
K.K.[d!g]
v.(动词)
dug[d?g] dig.gingdigs
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To break up, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example), as with a shovel, a spade, or the hands.
挖,掘:用铁锨、铲或手挖、翻或移走(例如泥土或沙子)

(2)

To make or form by removing earth or other material:
挖开,掘洞:移走泥土或其它材料:
dug my way out of the snow.
从雪中挖出一条路

(3)

To obtain or unearth by digging:
采掘,挖掘:通过挖掘得到或掘出:
dig coal; a dog digging bones.
挖煤矿;挖骨头的狗

(4)

To learn or discover by careful research or investigation:
探究,发掘:通过仔细研究和调查得到或发现:
dug up the evidence; dug out the real facts.
找到证据;查出真相

(5)

To force down and into something; thrust:
插进;刺入:
dug his foot in the ground.
将他的脚陷在地里

(6)

To poke or prod:
刺、戳:
dug me in the ribs.
用指头戳我的肋骨

(7)

Slang
【俚语】

(8)

To understand fully:
完全理解:
Do you dig what I mean?
你明白我的意思吗?

(9)

To like, enjoy, or appreciate:
喜欢,欣赏:喜欢、欣赏或赞美:
“They really dig our music and, daddy, I dig swinging for them”(Louis Armstrong)
“他们真的喜欢我们的音乐,而且,爸爸,我喜欢为他们表演”(路易斯·阿姆斯特朗)

(10)

To take notice of:
注意:
Dig that wild outfit.
注意那一群疯狂的人
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To loosen, turn over, or remove earth or other material.
挖掘,松土:疏松、挖、翻或运走泥土或其它的材料

(2)

To make one's way by or as if by pushing aside or removing material:
发掘出路,整理:扫清道路前进或推到两边或移走其它材料:
dug through the files.
从一堆文件中理出头绪

(3)

Slang To have understanding:
【俚语】 已理解:
Do you dig?
你理解了吗?
n.(名词)

(1)

A poke or thrust:
一拳或一推:
a sharp dig in the ribs.
给肋骨上狠狠的一推

(2)

A sarcastic, taunting remark; a gibe.
讽刺、奚落;嘲笑

(3)

An archaeological excavation.
考古挖掘

(4)

digs Chiefly British Lodgings.
digs 【多用于英国】 学生公寓

常用词组

dig in

(1)

To dig trenches for protection.
挖沟壕来防护

(2)

To hold on stubbornly, as to a position; entrench oneself.
固执地坚持立场;稳固自己的地位

(3)

To begin to work intensively.
开始深入细致的工作

(4)

To begin to eat heartily.
开始痛快地吃

语源

(1)

Middle English diggen
中古英语 diggen

(2)

; akin to perhaps akin to Old French digue [dike, trench] * see dhog w-
;类似于 可能类似于 古法语 digue [堤,战壕] *参见 dhog w-

(3)

V., tr., sense 7 and intr., sense 3, perhaps influenced by Wolof degg [to hear, find out, understand]
不及物动词释义7和及物动词释义3,可能受 沃洛夫语 degg的影响 [听,发现,明白]

(4)

or Irish Gaelic tuigim [I understand] * see twig 2
或 爱尔兰盖尔语 tuigim [我明白] *参见 twig2

现代英汉综合大辞典

dig
[di^]
vt.
(dug [dQ^]; digging)

(1)

掘(土), 挖 (洞、沟等)

(2)

掘取; 采掘

(3)

发掘; 探索; 寻找

(4)

[口]把... 戳进, 插入; 用...刺, 碰

(5)

[美俚]理解; 欣赏; 喜欢

(6)

[美俚]看, 看到
dig coal
挖煤
dig facts from books
从书中寻找事实
dig potatoes
挖马铃薯
dig the soil
翻土

词性变化

dig
[di^]
vi.

(1)

挖土; 开凿(in, through)

(2)

探索, 发掘(for, into)

(3)

[口]苦学; 苦干; 钻研(at)

(4)

[俚]居住; 住宿

(5)

匆匆地走; 奔跑(out)
n.

(1)

挖掘; [口](考古)挖掘的地点; 出土物

(2)

戳, 碰

(3)

[口]挖苦, 讽刺(at)

(4)

[美口]刻苦钻研的学生

(5)

[pl.][英口] 学生宿舍, 单身宿舍; 住处

(6)

[美俚]私货藏匿处

继承用法

diggable
[`dI^Ebl]
adj.
可采掘的

习惯用语

get in a dig at sb.
[口]挖苦某人

give sb. a dig in the ribs
(用胳膊肘等)碰某人的胸口

have a dig at

(1)

尝试(某事)

(2)

挖苦(某人)

dig and delve
(辛勤地)挖掘, 打洞

dig at

(1)

[口]挖苦[嘲笑]某人

(2)

钻研

dig deep

(1)

挖深

(2)

[美, 俚]付很高价钱

(3)

掏出来, 挖出来

dig down
挖去; 掘倒

dig for

(1)

发掘

(2)

搜集(资料, 事实等)

dig in

(1)

把(肥料)掺进土壤

(2)

【军】构筑工事, 挖掩体

(3)

用功; 开始大吃

(4)

坚持自己的意见

dig into

(1)

挖掘; 刺入, 插入

(2)

努力钻研; 全力以赴地干

(3)

[口]大吃, 猛吃

(4)

用完

dig oneself in

(1)

【军】挖工事

(2)

[口]巩固自已的职位

dig out

(1)

挖掘出

(2)

探索; 寻找; 发现

(3)

[美俚]逃跑; 匆匆走掉

dig through
挖穿; 挖通(隧道等)

dig up

(1)

挖起; 挖出; 搜寻出; [喻]揭露

(2)

发掘出(埋藏在地下的东西)

(3)

发现, 找出, 查明

(4)

开垦, 松土

(5)

[美俚]付出钱来

美国传统词典

dig
dig
AHD:[d1g]
D.J.[dig]
K.K.[d!g]
v.
dug[d?g] dig.ging, digs
v.tr.

(1)

To break up, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example), as with a shovel, a spade, or the hands.

(2)

To make or form by removing earth or other material:
dug my way out of the snow.

(3)

To obtain or unearth by digging:
dig coal; a dog digging bones.

(4)

To learn or discover by careful research or investigation:
dug up the evidence; dug out the real facts.

(5)

To force down and into something; thrust:
dug his foot in the ground.

(6)

To poke or prod:
dug me in the ribs.

(7)

Slang

(8)

To understand fully:
Do you dig what I mean?

(9)

To like, enjoy, or appreciate:
“They really dig our music and, daddy, I dig swinging for them”(Louis Armstrong)

(10)

To take notice of:
Dig that wild outfit.
v.intr.

(1)

To loosen, turn over, or remove earth or other material.

(2)

To make one's way by or as if by pushing aside or removing material:
dug through the files.

(3)

Slang To have understanding:
Do you dig?
n.

(1)

A poke or thrust:
a sharp dig in the ribs.

(2)

A sarcastic, taunting remark; a gibe.

(3)

An archaeological excavation.

(4)

digs Chiefly British Lodgings.

常用词组

dig in

(1)

To dig trenches for protection.

(2)

To hold on stubbornly, as to a position; entrench oneself.

(3)

To begin to work intensively.

(4)

To begin to eat heartily.

语源

(1)

Middle English diggen

(2)

; akin to perhaps akin to Old French digue [dike, trench] * see dhog w-

(3)

V., tr., sense 7 and intr., sense 3, perhaps influenced by Wolof degg [to hear, find out, understand]

(4)

or Irish Gaelic tuigim [I understand] * see twig 2

英汉船舶大词典

dig in
n.掘进

英汉地质大词典

dig in
n.掘进

英汉航海大词典

dig in
vt.把...插进去,挖入

英汉化学大词典

dig in
vt.插入,挖入

英汉建筑大词典

dig in
n.掘进

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