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
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
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
Glasses, spectacles, sunglasses
Look at those gigs he's wearing.
作者 Zmugzy 2008年7月16日
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
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
gig
a computer term meaning gigabyte.
How much gig do you have left?
作者 <(( ^_^ ))> 2003年8月01日

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