Definición de jig in Inglés jigPronunciación: /dʒɪg/Traducir jig | al francés | al alemán | al italiano | al español noun 1a lively dance with leaping movements. a piece of music for a jig, typically in compound time. 2a device that holds a piece of work and guides the tool operating on it. 3 Fishing a type of artificial bait that is jerked up and down through the water. verb (jigs, jigging, jigged) 1 [no object] dance a jig: he stood up and jigged in the cockpit [with adverbial] move up and down with a quick jerky motion:we were jigging about in our seats 2 [with object] equip (a factory or workshop) with a jig or jigs: the floor space was jigged and tooled to produce six fuselages a month 3 [no object] fish with a jig:a man jigged for squidPhrases in jig time North American informal extremely quickly; in a very short time: the doctor arrived in jig time, minutes after I’d telephoned the jig is up North American informal the scheme or deception is revealed or foiled: the jig is up; you’ve had your last chanceOrigin: mid 16th century: of unknown originjig en otros diccionarios Oxford Definición de jig en el diccionario de Inglés de EE.UU.