jig
noun
1. (music) 
a. la jiga (F) 
The band plays traditional acoustic music, including jigs, reels, and shanties.La banda toda música acústica tradicional, incluidas jigas, danzas escocesas y salomas.
b. la giga (F) 
A fiddler and a guitarist were playing a jig on the street corner.Un violinista y una guitarrista estaban tocando una giga en la esquina de la calle.
2. (dance) 
a. la jiga (F) 
It's important to have the right shoes for dancing jigs.Es importante llevar el calzado adecuado para bailar jigas.
b. la giga (F) 
Deidre stood up and started dancing a jig.Deidre se levantó y se puso a bailar una giga.
3. (mechanics) 
The jig ensures that each piece is cut exactly the same.Con la plantilla, te aseguras de que cada parte se corta exactamente igual.
intransitive verb
4. (to dance) 
a. bailar 
Everyone in the pub was jigging and drink ale.Todos en el pub estaban bailando y tomando cerveza.
jig
Noun
1. (dance, music) 
a. la giga f, jiga (F) 
intransitive verb
2. (dance) 
a. bailar (a ritmo ligero) 
jig [dʒɪɡ]
noun
1 (dance, tune) giga (f)
2 (Mec) plantilla (f); (Min) criba (f); (Ferro) gálibo (m)
intransitive verb
(dance) bailar dando brincos
to jig along jig up and down [+person] moverse a saltitos
to keep jigging up and down no poder estarse quieto
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