a boat made by hollowing out a log.
Baseball. a roofed structure enclosed on three sides and with the fourth side open and facing the playing field, usually with the floor below ground level, where the players sit when not on the field.
a rough shelter or dwelling formed by an excavation in the ground, in the face of a bank, in the side of a hill, etc., especially one used by soldiers.
a canoe made by hollowing out a log
(military) a covered excavation dug to provide shelter
(slang) a retired officer, former civil servant, etc, recalled to employment
(at a sports ground) the covered bench where managers, trainers, etc sit and players wait when not on the field
(in the Canadian prairies) a reservoir dug on a farm in which water from rain and snow is collected for use in irrigation, watering livestock, etc
also dug-out, “canoe,” 1722, American English, from dug, past participle of dig (v.) + out (adv.). Baseball sense is first recorded 1914, from c.1855 meaning of “rough shelter.”
[duhg] /dʌg/ noun 1. the mamma or the nipple of a female mammal. /dʌɡ/ verb 1. the past tense and past participle of dig /dʌɡ/ noun 1. the nipple, teat, udder, or breast of a female mammal 2. a human breast, esp when old and withered /dʌɡ/ noun 1. a Scot word for dog n. […]
[duh; often pronounced with a dentalized d] /dʌ; often pronounced with a dentalized d/ interjection 1. (used to express annoyance at banality, obviousness, or stupidity.) Compare . /dɜː/ interjection 1. (slang) an ironic response to a question or statement, implying that the speaker is stupid or that the reply is obvious: how did you get […]
[doo-uh-mel, dyoo-; French dy-a-mel] /ˌdu əˈmɛl, ˌdyu-; French dü aˈmɛl/ noun 1. Georges [zhawrzh] /ʒɔrʒ/ (Show IPA), (Denis Thévenin) 1884–1966, French novelist, physician, poet, and essayist. /French dyamɛl/ noun 1. Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1884–1966, French novelist, poet, and dramatist; author of La Chronique des Pasquier (1933–45)
noun See dukkha