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- The definition of a jig is a fishing bait with one or two hooks and a jerking motion that sinks to the bottom of the water. An example of a jig is what someone fishing off the side of a pier would use as bait. Jig means to dance quickly by moving up and down.
jig: [noun] any of several lively springy dances in triple rhythm. music to which a jig may be danced.
Meaning of jig in English jig noun [ C ] uk / dʒɪɡ / us / dʒɪɡ / jig noun [C] (DANCE) an energetic traditional dance of Great Britain and Ireland, or the music that is played for such a dance SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases Dance & choreography arabesque backing dancer backup dancer ballerina ballet dabbing dance dance studio dancer
[ jig ] noun a rapid, lively, springy, irregular dance for one or more persons, usually in triple meter. a piece of music for or in the rhythm of such a dance. verb (used with object), jigged, jig·ging. to dance (a jig or any lively dance). to sing or play in the time or rhythm of a jig: to jig a tune. verb (used without object), jigged, jig·ging.
n., v. jigged, jig•ging. n. 1. a plate, box, or open frame for holding work and for guiding a machine tool to the work. 2. any of several devices that are jerked up and down in or pulled through the water to attract fish to a line. 3. an apparatus for washing coal or separating ore from gangue by shaking and washing.