Where does the phrase new digs come from?
I think it means new shoes
No, it means new living quarters, but I do not know the origin.
"New digs" is a slang term for a new place to live. It often implies that the new residence is temporary, but it doesn't have to be. It can refer to a more long-term situation as well. The origins of the phrase are unclear. Some believe it stems from WWI, when soldiers would have to dig new trenches as they arrived at new battle stations, and others think it comes from a theatrical use, as…
In the Old West cowboys would say they were well heeled if they had a gun where did this phrase come from?
What are the release dates for House Hunters International - 2006 New Digs in Dortmund Germany 59-3?
A prepositional phrase can come before a noun (or pronoun): At the party Jack played the piano. A prepositional phrase includes a noun (or pronoun): Jack played the piano at the party. A prepositional phrase can come after a noun (or pronoun): Jack played the piano at the party. A prepositional phrase can come after a verb: Jack played at the party.