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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

To Dig In

Idiom: To dig in

Context #1:
Tony: Hey guys!  The pizza is ready, so dig in!
Joe: Should we wait for John?
Tony: No, he called and said he's not coming.

Context #2:
Bethany: I know your food hasn't come yet, but I am so hungry. Can I go ahead and start eating?
Chrissy: Yeah, don't worry about. Dig in!

Meaning: "To dig in" is a phrased that is used to tell someone to go ahead and start eating. Usually it is used in a situation where someone is politely waiting to eat. This idiom means, "You don't have to wait. Go ahead and start eating."

Eat responsively!

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