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1.
gig
A live performance, either musical, theatrical, or physical.
The band has a gig tommorow night.
作者 Shannon 2003年4月09日
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2.
gig
1. A job, usually in the entertainment injustry.
2. An abbreviated form of "gigabyte."
3. A verb meaning to use a spear-like implement to stab into a small animal such as a fish or frog.
1. For a day gig I do editing for the Food Channel.
2. I have a 60-gig drive you can borrow.
3. My cousin and I went out frog gigging last night.
作者 the other theo 2004年7月02日
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3.
gig
to go dumb on the dance floor.. get into it mayne! yadadamean!?
"Gig so hard make my pants fall down!!"
作者 thizzin_it 2005年4月16日
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4.
Glasses, spectacles, sunglasses
Look at those gigs he's wearing.
作者 Zmugzy 2008年7月16日
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5.
gig
Job, usually referring to the music and entertainment industry. Can also apply to contract work in the IT and computer field . Any temporary or incidental employment.
I start a new gig this Friday playing guitar at the blue's club.

I just got a gig as assistant director on a feature film.
作者 gigmode 2007年6月05日
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6.
to have rythm in dance, to be able to dance and excel in it.
Damn that girl got some gigs.
作者 Kihara 2005年6月02日
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7.
gig
a job/work
i'm going to the gig to get my check.
作者 shaunNCP 2003年10月08日
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