- A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course: he went round and round in zigs and zagsMore example sentences
- One fellow has his hands in his pockets and no zig in his zag at all.
verb (zigs, zigging, zigged)[no object] Back to top
- Make a sharp change of direction: we zigged to the rightMore example sentences
- We zigged when we should have zagged.
- When everyone is zigging, that's when you want to zag.
- Native speakers argue that we are still zigging when the rest of the world has zagged.
1960s: by abbreviation of zigzag.
More definitions of zigDefinition of zig in:
- The US English dictionary