English version

jig in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjigjig1 /dʒɪɡ/ noun [countable]  1 APDa type of quick dance, or a piece of music for this dance2 a piece of equipment for holding a tool, a piece of wood etc in position
Examples from the Corpus
jigSometimes one of them would leap to his feet and dance a jig before falling over.For this I use a fairly simple jig and accurate setting of the saw.But I know if I ever get married, the jig is up.Also, you can use this jig if you are taking your posts down and placing them on sawhorses.Fish the northern side of Bird Island with jigs tipped with minnows at dawn for best results.If you build your jig slightly larger than your posts it will slide up and down more easily.