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  1. gig
    IPA[ɡiɡ]
  2. noun

    • 1. a live performance by or engagement for a musician or group playing popular or jazz music.

    • 2. a job, especially one that is temporary or that has an uncertain future:

      he secured his first gig as an NFL coach

    verb

    • 1. perform a gig or gigs:

      two or three nights a week we were gigging
    • 2. use (a piece of musical equipment) at a gig:

      12-string guitar, mint condition, never gigged
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: gig, plural noun: gigs

    • v.: verb: gig, 3rd person present: gigs, gerund or present participle: gigging, past tense: gigged, past participle: gigged

    • noun

      a light two-wheeled carriage pulled by one horse.

      a light, fast, narrow boat adapted for rowing or sailing.

    • verb

      travel in a gig.
    • noun

      a device similar to a harpoon, used for catching fish.
    • verb

      fish using a gig.
    • noun

      short for gigabyte
    • noun

      a live performance by a musician or group playing popular or jazz music.

      a job, especially one that is temporary or that has an uncertain future:

    • verb

      perform a gig or gigs:

      use (a piece of musical equipment) at a gig:

    • noun

      a light two-wheeled carriage pulled by one horse.

      a light, fast, narrow boat adapted for rowing or sailing.

    • noun

      a device similar to a harpoon, used for catching fish.
    • verb

      fish using a gig.
    • noun

      short for gigabyte
    • noun

      a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs:
    • noun

      a labour market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs:
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