dig in


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Synonyms for dig in

occupy a trench or secured area

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eat heartily

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The level of investment made by a distributor also often exceeds that of a sales agent, making the distributor more likely to dig in its heels when facing a threat to end its franchise.
He said: "You know how things can change if you dig in and don't let them get to you.
provides buried warning tape that can prevent accidental dig ins by letting an excavator know that he/she is too close to a company's pipeline or cable.