listen to the pronunciation of jig
الإنجليزية - التركية
balık iğnesi
(Tekstil) şablon
kalibre etmek
çiğ dansı
{f} danset
cig dansı/müziği
cig dansı yapmak
{i} dans

Jig, reel ve hornpipe en popüler İrlanda danslarıdır. - Jig, reel and hornpipe are the most popular irish dances.

Tom Mary'yi jig dansı yaparken gördüğünde kahkahalara boğuldu. - Tom burst out laughing when he saw Mary dancing a jig.

oynak ve hızlı bir dans
(Mühendislik) delme kalıbı
{i} kalibre
{f} şablon çıkarmak
{i} delme aleti
{f} sevinçten oynamak
Sır meydana çıktı
ağırlıklı balık iğnesi
Ayvayı yedik
{i} maden eleği
{i} sevinçten oynama
içerisinde kömürün yıkandığı veya cevherin su ile konsantre hale geldiği, titreşerek çalışan bir makine
cig dansı yap
{i} canlı dans
{f} klişe yapmak
{f} elekten geçirmek (maden)
bu dansın müziği
{f} dans etmek
{f} hoplamak
{i} dans partisi
{i} cig dansı
cig dans
İş bozuldu
{f} oynamak
jig saw
oyma testeresi
jig borer
hassas matkap
jig borer
(Mühendislik) hassas oyma tezgahı
jig is up
ayvayı yedik
jig saw
jig testere
jig saw
Bkz. jigsaw
jig mineral dressing
(Coğrafya) jig mineral zenginleştirme
dance a jig
jig yap
pad jig
fular jiger
drill jig
jig matkap
drilling jig
sondaj jig
female jig
İçi oyuk mastar (gemicilik, tekne yapımı, yelkenli tekne inşası)
male jig
Erkek mastar (gemicilik, tekne yapımı)
alignment jig
pres sehpası
bed jig
dip eleği
drilling jig
delik masdarı
drilling jig
delgi aygıtı
harness jig
(Telekom) kuşam iskeleti
canlı şekilde dans etme
canlı şekilde dans ederek
stitching jig
(Tekstil) dikiş şablonu
the jig is up
oyun başlıyor
the jig is up
the jig is up
ayvayı yedik
التركية - التركية
Bir Orta Çağ çalgısı
Bir Ortaçağ çalgısı
On altıncı ve on yedinci yüzyıllarda iskoçya ve Kuzey ingiltere'de,on sekizinci yüzyıldan başlayarak da irlanda'da yaygın olan ve genellikle tek başına yapılan halk dansı
Maden ocaklarında, salınımlı geçit
Pistonlu tekne
irlanda'da yaygın olan ve genellikle tek başına yapılan halk dansı
ingiliz kaynaklı, hızlı dans
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A dance performed by one or sometimes two individual dancers, as opposed to a dance performed by a set or team
To fish with a jig
A device in manufacturing, woodworking, or other creative endeavors for controlling the location, path of movement, or both of either a workpiece or the tool that is operating upon it. Subsets of this general class include machining jigs, woodworking jigs, welders' jigs, jewelers' jigs, and many others

Cutting circles out of pinewood is best done with a compass-style jig.

To move briskly, especially as a dance
A light, brisk musical movement; a gigue
A lively dance in 6/8 time; a tune suitable for such a dance. By extension, a lively traditional tune in 6/8 time
A type of lure consisting of a hook molded into a weight, usually with a bright or colorful body
{n} a quick dance
{v} to dance nimbly
(isim) ağırlıklı balık iğnesi
(isim) oynak ve hızlı bir dans, cig dansı; bu dansın müziği
(fiil) cig dansı yaptırmak; iki yana sallamak
(fiil) ağırlıklı iğne ile balık tutmak
(fiil) cig dansı yapmak; iki yana sallanmak
A device used to hold pieces of material in a certain position during fabrication
To jig means to dance or move energetically, especially bouncing up and down. You didn't just jig about by yourself, I mean you danced properly. Used as a disparaging term for a Black person. jigged jigging to dance or move up and down with quick short movements
To dance a jig; to skip about
any special form or fixture constructed to support and hold in place a part during printing or converting
any of various old rustic dances involving kicking and leaping music in three-four time for dancing a jig dance a quick dance with leaping and kicking motions
{f} dance a jig; move jerkily, hop
music in three-four time for dancing a jig
A type of lively dance, popular in England, Scotland, and Ireland, where its popularity lasted longest
any of various old rustic dances involving kicking and leaping
wag school; play truant
A device used to position material for accurate cutting or assembly
A vigorous dance developed in the British Isles, usually in compound meter; became fashionable on the Continent as the gigue; still popular as an Irish traditional dance genre
A device designed to hold work or tool in position for accuracy and repeatability
A trolling bait, consisting of a bright spoon and a hook attached
A fixture or form for holding parts together for assembly
There are many references to the jig in ancient Ireland A number of variations of the jig are performed including the light, single (or soft), double (aka treble or hard), and slip jig The music is 6/8 time (the emphasis on beats in a jig is: ONE-two-three four-five-six) Slip jigs are in 9/8 time (ONE-two-three four-five-six seven-eight-nine) Dancers perform single or soft jigs in soft shoes Solo competitions occur at the level of beginners, advanced beginners, and at some feisanna, Open Competitions at all levels also occur in the treble jig which has a slower tempo, but dancers triple beats in hard shoes Normally, only women dance the slip jig, however, increasingly boys learn and dance the slip jig
To cut or form, as a piece of metal, in a jigging machine
A device used to make special cuts, guide a tool, or aid in woodworking operations
(n) A special device that holds and supports the workpiece and guides the cutting tool as the workpiece is machined Jigs may not be rigidly held to the machine
See Jigging, n
A device which holds work or pieces of materal in a certain position until rigidly fastened or welded during the fabrication process
A small machine or handy tool A contrivance fastened to or inclosing a piece of work, and having hard steel surfaces to guide a tool, as a drill, or to form a shield or templet to work to, as in filing
To skewer a (presumed) dead gerbil and attempt to deliver it to one of the takers' bear traps One of the two ways of scoring points in Gaufqwi
a cauldron used to dye or bleach cloth in steam-heated water
A fixture preset to accurately assemble or duplicate the components of a workpiece For example, a jig can be used to secure metal in bending to assure exact duplicates
An apparatus or a machine for jigging ore
The fixture which holds the truss in position until rigidly fastened with connectors
A jig is a lively dance. She danced an Irish jig
A device in manufacturing, woodworking, or other creative endeavors for controlling the location, path of movement, or both of either a workpiece or the tool that is operating upon it. Subsets of this general class include machining jigs, woodworking jigs, welders jigs, jewelers jigs, and many others
To sing to the tune of a jig
To trick or cheat; to cajole; to delude
A device for holding a workpiece, or attached to a workpiece, that allows a tool to cut the piece safely and accurately
A tune usually played in triple time, such as 6/8 or 9/8 The variety in 9/8 is called a "slip jig"
A general term for a device used as a holding and guiding mechanism for a router cutter
A piece of sport; a trick; a prank
Any device so arranged that it will expedite a hand or a machine operation
A light, brisk musical movement
To move with a skip or rhythm; to move with vibrations or jerks
in rhyme; a farce in verse; a ballad
A popular 16th century dance usually in 6/8 time Also known as gigue
A light, humorous piece of writing, esp
{i} energetic and lively dance; music accompanying this dance; device which holds and guides a tool (Machinery); trolling lure, fishing lure that is pulled through the water; device used to separate ore
dance a quick dance with leaping and kicking motions
To sort or separate, as ore in a jigger or sieve
A jig is a hard type of lure usually made of a lead head, a single large hook and a skirt made of rubber, plastic, vinyl or of some other type of manmade or natural fibers This is made to resemble one of the bass's most favorite food - the crayfish (or crawfish) Sizes range from extremely small (in the 32's of an ounce) to one ounce or more Jigs almost always have a trailer bait attached to them Usually a pork rind or a plastic trailer You can fish these baits in any depth or under any type of water conditions
An apparatus for cleaning or separating crushed ore by agitation in water
jig borer
A type of machine tool invented during the World War I era to make possible the quick-yet-very-precise location of hole centers
jig borers
plural form of jig borer
to have sex

Doc jig-jig pretty much with anyone interested in jig-jigging him.

sexual intercourse, sex

No, goddamnit, I don’t want no fucking jig-jig,” Jordan replied impatiently. The boy’s vocabulary in English was limited to ‘You buy, hubba-hubba, booze-o,’ and a few other important phrases leading to a multiplication of numbers equaling yen.

drill jig
A type of jig that expedites repetitive hole center location on multiple interchangeable parts by acting as a template to guide the twist drill into the precise location of each intended hole center
one's jig is up
Alternative form of the jig is up.

But I'd convinced a witness to come in, Sure enough, when we brought Marshall in for the lineup, she picked him right away. ¶ Marshall was naturally upset that his jig was up,.

the jig is up
An expression used to mean "We have been caught out and have no defense", or if spoken to a person who's just been found out as the perpetrator of an offense, it means "You've been discovered."

The universe works in strange ways: just when you think the jig is up, you get a second chance.

building jig
device which holds materials securely in place while building or assembling something (as in an air or water vessel)
Simple past and past participle of to jig
The act or using a jig; the act of separating ore with a jigger, or wire-bottomed sieve, which is moved up and down in water
present participle of jig
plural of jig
third-person singular of jig
the jig is up
it's all over, it's over and done
التركية - الإنجليزية
jig mineral zenginleştirme
(Coğrafya) jig mineral dressing
jig yapmak
(Muzik) dance a jig

    التركية النطق



    /ˈʤəg/ /ˈʤɪɡ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'jig ] (noun.) circa 1560. perhaps from Middle French giguer to frolic, from gigue fiddle, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German gIga fiddle; akin to Old Norse geiga to turn aside.


    jigs, jigging, jigged

    كلمة اليوم

    tabula rasa