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  1. 1
    to put someone's dead body in the ground during a funeral ceremony

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    1. a.
      used for saying that someone has died

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    2. b.
      to put something in the ground and cover it with dirt

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  2. 2
    to cover something with a layer or pile of things

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  3. 3
    to push one thing into another very hard

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  4. 6
    informal to kick the ball hard in soccer into the back of the net, scoring a goal

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