turn up, loosen, or remove earth;
"Dig we must"
"turn over the soil for aeration"
- A woman's voice cut in from the body of the hall.
- That would get him into the act then and who cares about saving him?
- He entered into our plans with zest.
- They all took part in the cut and thrust of debate.
- Don't cut into the story so rudely, let her finish.
- Joanna's loud voice cut across our conversation.
- She reckoned she had cut her cost by half.
- Train services have been cut to the bone.