- to dig
to scoop out
- n.铲子 v.掘,挖
- adj.外面的,下台的,出局的 adv.在外,出声地,显露出来地,明显地,从头至尾地 n.外面,外出,外观 vt.赶出,击倒,使退场 vi.外出,暴露 prep.通过
- They're digging for worms joe.
- Lived in the cave or tent through dragging and transporting piggyback they constructed reservoir digged canals leveled fields planted forest belt built houses constructed roads established a huge area of fine farms produced brand new cities one by one.
- And he said take these seven lambs from me as a witness that I have made this water-hole.
- Racking his brain trying to think of a way to trip up the oldster he had started off on a monologue about all the places he had been to during the early days of the "cultural revolution."
- He dug the ground with a spade.
- In order to open the pressurized chamber for cutter head repairing this technology is adopted to consolidate the river-bed ground and to construc t the cutter head repairing cavern.
- A worker who excavates for foundations of buildings or for quarrying.
- To smart from a cruel joke.
- Having reinforcing ahead of excavation:
- State-of-the-art design compact dimensions and a multitude of working attachments make the wheeled excavator a314litronic one of the most appealing machines in the14-ton class.
- One day the boy monk felt extremely tired while he was carrying water up the hill.so he lay down for a rest on a smooth piece of rock.in a semi-conscious state he heard a gurgling sound coming from beneath the rock.so he started digging and presently a spring came gushing out.
- A snapping turtle digs a hole in the sandy soil with her back claws.
- And on all hills that shall be digged with the mattock there shall not come thither the fear of briers and thorns: but it shall be for the sending forth of oxen and for the treading of lesser cattle.
- And he went through the motions of thrashing an imaginary boy--pummelling the air and kicking and gouging.
- To work with a pick.