burrow burrow  /ˈbɜ roʊ/


  1. (n) a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter
  2. (v) move through by or as by digging



  1. He describes looking into the mirror one night, only to see one burrow down into his eye.
  2. Mexico's cartels employ increasingly sophisticated technology to burrow under the border.
  3. Sandhogsthe tough, clannish men who burrow tunnels and subways under rivers and streetsdon't startle easily.


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