dig it


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dig it

To understand, approve of, or enjoy something. We're going to start a true people's campaign, for the people, by the people—you dig it? Avant-garde theater isn't to everyone's taste, but I really dig it, personally.
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On installing a school garden, Dig It additionally offers workshops and training to guide pupils and teachers on issues ranging from five-a-day fruit and vegetable consumption and reducing food miles and carbon footprint, to rainwater harvesting, using installed waterbutts and composting of garden and kitchen waste.
At the national Green Service Awards held recently in London, Dig It Projects won the Green Service (Micro-Organisations) prize for small companies.
Although the judges were impressed, the Dig It team's proposal did not win a cash prize.
I think it's not just in the sense of people not knowing what you're saying, but it's like heaping it up--you can some shit straight out, and then be heaping some stuff on top that makes it straight-outer, if people dig it.
To get steel you have to dig a hole in the ground, dig it up, crush it.
Spread compost (ideally from your own compost heap) as a top-dressing or dig it in.
They don't know what's in there until they dig it up and figure it out.
In a memo to prison chiefs, Garner said no job is too insignificant even if it's "digging large holes or ditches, then filling them in, only to dig it up again.