||give more money, dig a little deeper
||We'll all have to dig deep if we hope to achieve our goals.
||begin to eat, eat up, help yourself
||Dig in, everybody. There's lots of food.
|dig in their heels
||hold their position, not yield or move
||If we discuss money, he digs in his heels. "No raises," he says.
|dig it up
||dig the garden, dig to uncover a buried object
||Remember where you bury the treasure, because some day you may want to dig it up.
||understand, get my drift
||"I don't like you to take my car. That's gonna stop, dig me!"
|dig your own grave
||cause your own failure, cut your own throat
||When you criticize the manager, are you digging your own grave?
|dig yourself in
||make it worse, say or do something that aggravates
||When he insulted the policeman, I said, "Don't dig yourself in."
||like, enjoy, relate to
||Ole digs the Beatles. His favorite song is Norwegian Wood.
||apartment, house, pad
||I'm having a party so everybody can see my new digs.
||(See a dildo)