EN to dig up
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1. general

arrancar (un arbol o una mata)
to dig up (also: to earth up)

2. "vegetable patch, lawn"

to dig up (also: to cause, to erect, to hoick, to jack)
Surely the health and safety of lorry drivers requires a new regulation: to dig up all the cobble stoned streets of Brussels and replace them with concrete.
Desde luego, la seguridad y la salud de los conductores de camiones exigen una nueva normativa: que se levanten todas las calles de adoquines de Bruselas y los sustituyan por hormigón.

3. "weeds, tree, bulbs"

arrancar (un arbol o una mata)

4. "facts, information", colloquial

Context sentences for "to dig up" in Spanish

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EnglishResearch into causes is the way to dig up crime by the roots, instead of playing about with its symptoms.
Investigar las causas es necesario para atacar la delincuencia de raíz, en vez de intentar tratar los síntomas.
EnglishI do not want to dig the rules up.
No quiero ponerme a repasar el Reglamento.
EnglishMy mate says 'what be'm going to do about it then, dig it up and put it in trucks and pile it up on Dartymoor so we can go and have a looky at 'n?'
Mi amigo dice: «¿Y qué haremos con ella? ¿Desenterrarla, meterla en camiones y amontonarla en Dartmoor para ir a echarle un vistazo?»
Englishto dig up the past
EnglishSurely the health and safety of lorry drivers requires a new regulation: to dig up all the cobble stoned streets of Brussels and replace them with concrete.
Desde luego, la seguridad y la salud de los conductores de camiones exigen una nueva normativa: que se levanten todas las calles de adoquines de Bruselas y los sustituyan por hormigón.