- n a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter
- v move through by or as by digging
burrow through the forest
- He describes looking into the mirror one night, only to see one burrow down into his eye.
- Mexico's cartels employ increasingly sophisticated technology to burrow under the border.
- When Fleay ventured to open the burrow last week, he found a fat baby, about nine weeks old, that uttered puppylike barks.