dig out

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To find, or retrieve something by removing overlying material, or material that hides it

I shall try to dig out my old textbooks.

create by digging; "dig a hole"; "dig out a channel"
If you dig something out, you find it after it has been stored, hidden, or forgotten for a long time. Recently, I dug out Barstow's novel and read it again We'll try and dig the number out for you if you want it
dig out from underneath earth or snow
discover, reveal, disclose
If you dig someone or something out of a place, you get them out by digging or by forcing them from the things surrounding them. digging minerals out of the Earth She dug out a photograph from under a pile of papers
dig out of a hole
To save someone or something from trouble
dig oneself out of a hole
(deyim) Get out of a difficult situation

We couldn't dig ourselves out of a hole when we were way behind in the game.

dig this out
(Slang) "check this out" (used by prisoners in prisons)
dig out

    Turkish pronunciation

    dîg aut

    Pronunciation

    /ˈdəg ˈout/ /ˈdɪɡ ˈaʊt/

    Etymology

    [ 'dig ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English diggen.

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