18/FEV/2005 4:20 PM
"Gig" among musicians is a job. A "gig bag" is a bag for carrying a guitar or other instrument.
"We have a gig at the Simply Blues bar on Friday night."
"Can you get me a gig with a dance band?"
"Gig" is sometimes used to mean "point", but in a negative sense. Let's say that you are inspecting the work of a new employee. Every time you find something faulty, you give him a "gig". If he receives more than 5 "gigs" in a day, perhaps he will he fired.
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