dig in

[dɪɡ ɪn] [dɪɡ ɪn]

phr. 翻土掺进,挖地埋入;固执己见;坚持不懈;掘壕防守;开始大吃

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

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挖掩体;掘壕 【军】

  • They're digging in ready for the attack.

    他们在挖掩体,为进攻做好准备。

  • They arrived this morning and began digging in.

    他们今天早上到达,开始挖掩体隐蔽。

固执己见;不肯让步

  • A yawning North-South gulf has opened up with both sides digging in.

    双方都坚持自己的立场,南北之间出现了一条鸿沟。

开始大吃 <非正式>

  • Don't wait for us, just dig in.

    别等我们了,开始吃吧。

  • Pull up a chair and dig in!

    挪把椅子过来开吃吧!

vt sep

to dig sth in;to dig in sth:翻土把…掺进去

  • I usually dig in compost in late summer.

    我通常在夏末时节翻土施肥。

to dig sth in;to dig in sth:把…插入;把…戳进

  • It dug its claws in my arm.

    它的爪子戳进了我的手臂。

to dig yourself in:挖掩体;掘壕 【军】

  • The enemy must be digging themselves in now ready for the attack.

    敌人现在一定在挖掩体,准备迎接进攻。

  • Our forces are dug in along the river.

    我们的部队已沿河挖好掩体隐蔽了起来。

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. to be dug in 挖好掩体隐蔽起来

英英释义

v.
occupy a trench or secured area
eat heartily

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