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    #1

    to dig the timing

    "Okay, I'm not digging the timing, but...." -> 0:52 sec.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWC45xDAV7c

    What does "to dig the timing" mean in the sentence above?

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    Re: to dig the timing

    To dig is American slang for "to like". She means that she would have been more comfortable if the boy had waited a while before asking her to go out; she doesn't like the timing of his invitation.
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