- (carriage)calesín (masculine)Example sentences
- During the war we had a gig with a cart horse and used to bowl along around the north-west end of town - great transport when petrol was rationed.
- Luckily for him, her carriage was an open gig, and she had no trouble hearing him above the crickets and the wind.
- On one occasion the Archdeacon conducted a service on the verandah and the neighbours arrived for this in gigs, on horseback and in cars.
- (jazz, rock concert) [slang] to do o play a gigdar un conciertoExample sentences
- Imagine being a successful Jazz musician playing gigs on the road, performing in the Big Apple's coolest clubs and even under the stage lights of Broadway.
- I also did quite a lot of gigs with different set-ups and I always had to re-arrange the music again for these gigs, which takes a lot of time.
- This not-to-be-missed gig on November 6 at 8.30 pm is a welcome highlight for all fans of traditional music and live gigs.
- That might be an even tougher assignment than his international gig.
- After I get writing gigs, I try to take care of them as soon as I can.
- In any event, it couldn't have helped me, and I continue to pay the rent with menial office work and a few freelance writing gigs.
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