Definition of 'digger'
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His concerns were that she was a gold digger. The Sun (2017)A digger was also used as the first of the makeshift homes was torn down. The Sun (2016)It is a digger driver who decides what the landscape will look like. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With the increase in gold prices has come the rise of the new gold digger. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Mechanical diggers have carved out a deep surrounding trench. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This woman is not a gold digger. The Sun (2009)How do you know if they are a gold digger? Times, Sunday Times (2015) Gold diggers need to play it cool. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He became trapped in the mechanical digger which pulled in the rest of his leg up the groin. The Sun (2016)The digger driver then proves the phone is undamaged and still working by using it to take a photo. The Sun (2014)He pressed his face to the ground and smelt the earth as behind him a mechanical digger stood waiting. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is a self-employed digger driver and does not get sick pay. The Sun (2013)But the 30-year-old beautician insists she is no gold digger. The Sun (2016)She knew there was no money left so it wasn't a case of her being a gold digger. The Sun (2013)But it's shocking how quick the world is to rubbish her and make out she is a gold digger. The Sun (2016)Raiders used this mechanical digger to RIP a cashpoint out of a bank. The Sun (2010)COPS yesterday descended on a farm field with mechanical diggers in the grim hunt for a woman's body. The Sun (2011)A specialist marine rescue team used diggers to heave it on to the back of a truck and take it to a landfill site for disposal. The Sun (2012)Officers used a digger to carve out a trench 10ft deep and 40ft long to get to the van. The Sun (2011)COPS found 55 cannabis plants at the home of a jobless digger driver who told a court he grew them to make butter. The Sun (2015)By the end of February I needed to use the digger to keep it all in shape. The Sun (2013)In the blazing heat, a yellow mechanical digger was gouging a huge trench, gently dumping dirt and bundles of bones wrapped in cloth. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'digger'
British English: digger /ˈdɪɡə/ NOUN
A digger is a machine that is used for digging.
...a mechanical digger.
- American English: digger
- Arabic: حَفَّار
- Brazilian Portuguese: escavadeira
- Chinese: 挖掘机
- Croatian: kopač
- Czech: bagr
- Danish: graver
- Dutch: graafmachine
- European Spanish: excavadora
- Finnish: kaivukone
- French: pelleteuse
- German: Bagger
- Greek: εκσκαφέας
- Italian: escavatore
- Japanese: 掘削機
- Korean: 굴착기
- Norwegian: gravemaskin
- Polish: koparka
- European Portuguese: escavadora
- Romanian: excavator
- Russian: экскаватор
- Spanish: excavadora
- Swedish: grävmaskin
- Thai: เครื่องมือที่ใช้ในการขุด
- Turkish: ekskavatör
- Ukrainian: копач
- Vietnamese: máy đào
Definition of digger from the Collins English Dictionary
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