dig

Like vs Dig - What's the difference?

like | dig |


As a noun dig is

ditch, dyke.

Drip vs Dig - What's the difference?

drip | dig |


As nouns the difference between drip and dig

is that drip is a drop of a liquid while dig is ditch, dyke.

As a verb drip

is to fall one drop at a time.

As an acronym drip

is (finance) dividend reinvestment program; a type of financial investing.

Bore vs Dig - What's the difference?

bore | dig |


As nouns the difference between bore and dig

is that bore is farmer while dig is ditch, dyke.

Sow vs Dig - What's the difference?

sow | dig |


As nouns the difference between sow and dig

is that sow is a female pig while dig is ditch, dyke.

As a verb sow

is to scatter, disperse, or plant (seeds).

Dig vs Bury - What's the difference?

dig | bury |


As a noun dig

is ditch, dyke.

As a proper noun bury is

a metropolitan borough of greater manchester, england.

Dig vs Cave - What's the difference?

dig | cave |


As a noun dig

is ditch, dyke.

As a proper noun cave is

.

Develop vs Dig - What's the difference?

develop | dig |


As a verb develop

is to change with a specific direction, progress.

As a noun dig is

ditch, dyke.

Dig vs Sleep - What's the difference?

dig | sleep |


As nouns the difference between dig and sleep

is that dig is ditch, dyke while sleep is (uncountable) the state of reduced consciousness during which a human or animal rests in a daily rhythm.

As a verb sleep is

to rest in a state of reduced consciousness.

Mine vs Dig - What's the difference?

mine | dig |


As a verb mine

is .

As an adjective mine

is mined.

As a noun dig is

ditch, dyke.

Depression vs Dig - What's the difference?

depression | dig |


As nouns the difference between depression and dig

is that depression is depression (area that is lower than its surroundings) while dig is ditch, dyke.

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