Phrasal verbs - Meaning of dig in

Phrasal verbs

Phrasal verbs | Meaning of dig in

Here is the meaning of dig in with examples:

dig in


1. To dig trenches to resist an enemy attack (it can also be used metaphorically).
2. To begin eating.


1. The troops started to dig in to protect themselves from the attack.
2. Look at the kids! They are already digging in.They can't wait until the food cools down.

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