Definition of in jig time in English:

in jig time

North American informal Extremely quickly; in a very short time.
More example sentences
  • After the parade, the Céilí Mór takes place at Earlsfort Terrace with some of the country's finest traditional acts keeping everybody in jig time.
  • The trio did the clean-up in jig time and with smiles.
  • There is no doubt we went mad in terms of exposing ourselves to increased debt as we dramatically caught up with the EU average on that score in jig time.
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