Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: dig

Spitze {f}Femininum (die) [fig.] (sarkastische Bemerkung)
Stoß {m}Maskulinum (der) (mit dem Ellbogen, in die Rippen)
Ziehen {n}Neutrum (das) (eines Grabens)
Stoss {m}Maskulinum (der) [schweiz. Orthogr.] (mit dem Ellbogen, in die Rippen)


Bespielsätze

the Duchess asked, with another dig of her sharp little chin.
“ ‘What, you dig fuller’s-earth in the house?’
But you do not find the good husbandman dig up his planted corn to see if he grow; that is for the children who play at husbandry, and not for those who take it as of the work of their life.
He was on his way to dig some one out of a grave.
After such imaginary discourse, the passenger in his fancy would dig, and dig, dig—now with a spade, now with a great key, now with his hands—to dig this wretched creature out.
Some, to the fountain; some, to the fields; men and women here, to dig and delve; men and women there, to see to the poor live stock, and lead the bony cows out, to such pasture as could be found by the roadside.
Husbands, and brothers, and young men, Give us the blood of Foulon, Give us the head of Foulon, Give us the heart of Foulon, Give us the body and soul of Foulon, Rend Foulon to pieces, and dig him into the ground, that grass may grow from him!
I was about to dig out from there in a hurry, but they was pretty close to me then, and sung out and begged me to save their lives—said they hadn’t been doing nothing, and was being chased for it—said there was men and dogs a-coming.
Says I, if it could stay where it is, all right; because when we get down the river a hundred mile or two I could write back to Mary Jane, and she could dig him up again and get it; but that ain’t the thing that’s going to happen; the thing that’s going to happen is, the money ‘ll be found when they come to screw on the lid.
There’s one way yet—let’s go and dig up the corpse and look.”


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> Dig ({f}) (weiblicher Vorname) > Dig
graben nach to dig for
umgraben (Boden) to dig
Anspielung {f} (gegen) dig (at)
sein eigenes Grab schaufeln to dig one's own grave
Stoß {m} (mit dem Ellbogen, in die Rippen) dig
sich graben in (Fingernägel, Krallen, Zähne etc.) to dig into
umgraben (Boden) to dig up
ausgraben to dig out
sich an etw. krallen (Greifvogel) to dig its talons into sth.