dig down into

See: delve
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Former Evening Telegraph reporter Dermot Murnaghan has been invited by Radio 4 to dig down into dialect and connect with speakers across the UK to find out how local local talk really is.
Tubers are usually elongated and can creep along the ground or form fingers that dig down into the soil.
It's certainly likely that I missed some fellow travelers on the Greyhound line, and maybe some filmmakers at the festival really do dig down into the mine of their own experience.
When their pools dry up, the frogs dig down into the sandy soil and spend many months underground.
Former Evening Telegraph reporter Dermot Murnaghan (left) has also been invited by Radio 4 to dig down into dialect and connect with communities of speakers across the UK to find out how local local talk really is.
Coming from Northern California, ``it's going to slowly dig down into the central and southern areas of the state.
It's time to dig down into the back of the closet and drag out your wooden clogs: Tulip Mania is bursting into color at Descanso Gardens.