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dug out

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  • dug|out — «DUHG OWT», noun. 1. a rough shelter or cave formed by digging into the side of a hill, trench, or the like, and often reinforced with logs: »During war, soldiers use dugouts for protection against bullets, bombs, and shells. 2. a small shelter… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dug Out — For other uses, see Dugout. Dug Out Studio album by The Blue Hearts Released July 10, 1993 …   Wikipedia

  • dug·out — /ˈdʌgˌaʊt/ noun, pl outs [count] 1 : a low shelter that faces a baseball field and contains the bench where the players and coaches of a team sit 2 : a shelter that is made by digging a hole in the ground or into the side of a hill 3 : a small… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dug's Special Mission — Title screen Directed by Ronnie del Carmen Produced by …   Wikipedia

  • Out of Body Experience — Studioalbum von Degradead Veröffentlichung 2009 Label Dockyard 1 Format …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dug — Dig Dig (d[i^]g), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Dug} (d[u^]g) or {Digged} (d[i^]gd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Digging}. Digged is archaic.] [OE. diggen, perh. the same word as diken, dichen (see {Dike}, {Ditch}); cf. Dan. dige to dig, dige a ditch; or (?) akin to …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Out of India theory — Indo European topics Indo European languages (list) Albanian · Armenian · Baltic Celtic  …   Wikipedia

  • dug up — discovered, found, unearthed, brought out from obscurity …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dig out — {v.} 1. To find by searching; bring out (something) that was put away. * /Jack dug his sled out of the cellar./ * /The newspaper printed an old story dug out of their records./ Compare: DIG UP. 2. {informal} To escape. Usually used with of .… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • dig out — {v.} 1. To find by searching; bring out (something) that was put away. * /Jack dug his sled out of the cellar./ * /The newspaper printed an old story dug out of their records./ Compare: DIG UP. 2. {informal} To escape. Usually used with of .… …   Dictionary of American idioms


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