Definition of DIG

a quick thrust <gave him a dig in the ribs with my elbow>
Synonyms dab, dig, jab, lunge
Related Words punch; stab, stick; push, shove; jam, jerk, jog, nudge
an act or expression showing scorn and usually intended to hurt another's feelings <got in a couple of digs about lawyers at my friend's expense>
Synonyms affront, barb, brickbat, cut, dart, dig, dis (also diss) [slang], epithet, gird, indignity, name, offense (or offence), outrage, personality, poke, put-down, sarcasm, slap, slight, slur
digs pl  a room or set of rooms in a private house or a block used as a separate dwelling place <check out my new digs on the north side of town>
Synonyms diggings [chiefly British], digs, flat [chiefly British], lodgings, suite, tenement

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