gig ( gigs plural & 3rd person present) ( gigging present participle) ( gigged past tense & past participle )
1 n-count A gig is a live performance by someone such as a musician or a comedian.
The two bands join forces for a gig at the Sheffield Arena on November 28..., He supplemented his income with occasional comedy gigs.
2 verb When musicians or other performers gig, they perform live in public.
INFORMAL By the time he was 15, Scott had gigged with a handful of well-known small bands. V
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