kopati, izdubiti, pokopati, riti, uživatiiskopavanje, sarkastična primjedba, udarac
Noun(1) the site of an archeological exploration(2) an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect(3) a small gouge (as in the cover of a book(4) the act of digging(5) the act of touching someone suddenly with your finger or elbow
Verb(1) turn up, loosen, or remove earth(2) create by digging(3) work hard(4) remove, harvest, or recover by digging(5) thrust down or into(6) remove the inner part or the core of(7) poke or thrust abruptly(8) get the meaning of something
(1) It savages venal music industry poseurs and also takes a dig at the clash between ├ö├ç├┐art├ö├ç├û and pop culture.(2) Also use a spade anytime you want to dig a straight-sided hole.(3) Now that the fake holidays have made me understand the holiday cheer a little bit, I can dig some of the real ones, like Halloween or New Years.(4) If you dig scratchy lead guitars and appreciate real good Hard Rock, that has come through a lot of neo-influences, then this album is for you.(5) But as a result of the find, the dig has been widened to see if the land contains any more artefacts.(6) Journalists should dig deeper when researchers claim a treatment is effective, said the doctor.(7) The artefacts unearthed have intrigued university experts so much that they hope to continue the dig next year.(8) His fingers went down to the keyboard and began to fly over it as he started to dig deeper and investigate it some more.(9) We're not against the motorway and we're not insisting that the dig go on indefinitely, but we want it done properly, with due regard for the importance of this site.(10) Instead, this is a charming memoir of a Caribbean childhood, a celebration of the good things in life, and a gentle dig at a set of values that are long gone and unlamented.(11) The Flemish version of the news item has a dig at Dutch cuisine, because they only got two 2-star restaurants.(12) As host, his job was to conduct an interesting conversation rather than dig for historical footnotes.(13) The resources required for a digging project need to be appropriate to the specific circumstances of the dig .(14) "Anyone can go there and dig what I'm playing, I think, " he says.(15) The training dig , which will last until September 5, is on the site of the mediaeval hospital of St Leonard's.(16) We still have to decide if we are doing the big dig next year to improve the drainage around the house.
(1) dig up :: iskopati
(2) dig out :: iskopati
(3) dig in :: ukopati
(4) to dig :: kopati
(5) dig a hole :: iskopati rupu
(6) dig into :: ukopati
(7) dig deep :: kopati duboko
(8) dig down :: kopa
(9) dig a well :: kopati bunar
(10) dig holes :: kopaju rupe
1. poke ::
2. snide remark ::
3. excavation ::
4. archeological site ::
5. gibe ::
6. jab ::
7. turn over ::
8. excavate ::
9. exhume ::
10. poke ::
11. delve into ::
12. uncover ::
13. stab ::
14. dig up ::
15. delve ::
16. dig out ::
17. grind ::
18. grasp ::
1. miss ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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Feng shui, yo. I can DIG it.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 5
Maybe she'll DIG it.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 19
It's not easy
for girls like us to DIG our way out.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 1
Someone needs to teach those sad twats
how to DIG trenches.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7
"Can you DIG it?"
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 18
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