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Verb: dig in
  1. Occupy a trench or secured area
    "The troops dug in for the night";
    - entrench
  2. Eat heartily
    "The food was placed on the table and the children dug in";
    - pitch in

Derived forms: dug in, digs in, digging in

See also: dig

Type of: eat