in digs

Definition of in digs

British, old-fashioned

  1. :  in a rented room He still lives in digs just outside the city.

Word by Word Definitions

digplay digs
  1. :  to break up, turn, or loosen (as earth) with an implement

    :  to prepare the soil of

    :  to bring to the surface by digging :  unearth

  1. :  thrust, poke

    :  a cutting remark

    :  accommodations (see accommodation 1a) for living or working

  1. : digest


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