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A demerit received for some infraction of military dress or deportment codes. {as in "I received gigs for buttons un-buttoned"}
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Any job; especially one that is temporary; or alternately, one that is very desirable

Hey, that guy's got a great gig over at the bike shop. He hardly works all day!.

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A forked spear for catching fish, frogs, or other small animals
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A gigabyte

How much music does it hold? A hundred and twenty gigs.

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A six-oared sea rowing boat commonly found in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
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To catch with a gig
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To engage in musical performances

The Stones were gigging around Richmond at the time.

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To make fun of; to make a joke at someone's expense, often condescending

His older cousin was just gigging him about being in love with that girl from school.

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To impose a demerit for an infraction of a U.S. Military dress or deportment code" as in: "His Sergeant gigged him for an unmade bunk."
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A performing engagement by a musical group; or, generally, any job or role for a musician or performer

Our guitar player had another gig so we had to get a sub.

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A two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage

the room grew stifling warm and vapor clung to the windowpanes, blurring the throng of people still milling outside the courthouse, a row of tethered gigs and buggies, distant pine trees in a scrawny, ragged grove.

gig-lamps
spectacles
gig-mill
A machine used to bring up a nap on certain types of cloth, or a building housing such machines
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{n} a thing that whirls round, top, chaise
gig bag
(Muzik) A gig bag (or gigbag) is a padded, soft-sided bag used for the storage and transport of musical instruments, most commonly a guitar or bass guitar. A popular alternative to the usually heavier, more cumbersome hardshell cases, most gig bags include pockets for storage of sheet music, instrument cables, picks, straps, and other accessories, along with shoulder straps and grab handles for added comfort, portability, and ease of use
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Term used by musicians to refer to a performance or other job
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A kind of spear or harpoon
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A job for a musician Giocoso - Playful Giubilante - Exultant, jubilant Glissando - Gliss The rapid scale achieved by sliding the nail of the thumb or third finger over the white keys of the piano Glissando is commonly used in playing the harp For bowed instruments glissando indicates a flowing, unaccented playing of a passage Grandioso - Grandiose, majestic Grand pause - A rest for the entire ensemble Grand piano - A piano with a winglike shape and a horizontal frame, strings, and soundboard Grand staff, Great staff - The G and F clef staves together make the grand (great) staff Grave - Slow, solemn Grazia - Grace Con grazia, with grace Grazioso - Graceful Grosso, grosse - Great, large
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To fish with a gig
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{i} (Slang) gigabyte (Computers)
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A job for a musician
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A performing engagement by a musical group
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A rotatory cylinder, covered with wire teeth or teasels, for teaseling woolen cloth
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A playful or wanton girl; a giglot
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A spear with one or more barbed tines attached to a handle
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a cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies; used when fish are not biting
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To engender
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A public performance
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a booking for musicians; "they played a gig in New Jersey" small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and no hood tender that is a light ship's boat; often for personal use of captain long and light rowing boat; especially for racing a cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies; used when fish are not biting
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Slang: Same as show or performance Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
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Any temporary job
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A top or whirligig; any little thing that is whirled round in play
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A gig is a live performance by someone such as a musician or a comedian. The two bands join forces for a gig at the Sheffield Arena on November 28 He supplemented his income with occasional comedy gigs. = show
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A sporting two-wheeled vehicle, deemed too high off the ground for safe pleasure driving, often used to exercise a trotting horse
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To make fun of; to make a joke at someones expense, often condescending
gig
small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and no hood tender that is a light ship's boat; often for personal use of captain long and light rowing boat; especially for racing a cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies; used when fish are not biting
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When musicians or other performers gig, they perform live in public. By the time he was 15, Scott had gigged with a handful of well-known small bands. To give a military demerit to. To work as a musician: "gigging weekends as a piano player in the ski joints" (Joel Oppenheimer). A gigabyte. gigged gigging to give a performance of modern popular music or jazz
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A light carriage, with one pair of wheels, drawn by one horse; a kind of chaise
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{f} ride in a one-horse carriage; catch an animal with a gig; fish with a gig; (Slang ) give a demerit; play a musical engagement; raise the nap on cloth
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Slang for concert (classical)
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tender that is a light ship's boat; often for personal use of captain
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A light two-wheeled, one-horsed vehicle for two people Used by commuters, it was the most common vehicle on the road See a real Kinross Square Gig and a Cab Fronted Gig here
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{i} coach, two-wheeled carriage pulled by one horse; small boat; light racing boat; spear with a prong; harpoon; set of hooks used for fishing; temporary job; little item that is whirled round in play; live performance by a musician or other performer; musical engagement (Slang); demerit (Slang); roller that contains teasels to raise nap on a fabric
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A long, light rowboat, generally clinkerbuilt, and designed to be fast; a boat appropriated to the use of the commanding officer; as, the captain's gig
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a ship's boat, generally light and narrow
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long and light rowing boat; especially for racing
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small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and no hood
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a show business job
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a booking for musicians; "they played a gig in New Jersey"
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A fiddle
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an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish
fish gig
{i} fizgig, spiky pole for spearing fish
racing gig
a light narrow racing boat for two or more oarsmen
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