- n.现场演奏会; 工作; 轻便双轮马车; gigabyte 千兆字节
- 复数: gigs;
The band played a final gig in this theatre before splitting up.
Her father thereupon accompanied her to the gig.
The gig was already lowered, and in it were four oarsmen and a coxswain.
The band played a final gig in Japan before splitting up.
And now he's just praying I'll get that gig with the Paris Opera Ballet.
To play solo is to jam alone . Yesterday I had a solo gig, I jammed alone.
Why did you come to this gig?
Their second gig earned them a rave review.
You sing your songs in English and German. Which will you do at the Israel gig?
你们的歌有以英文和德文演唱, 那你们将来会有以色列版的 吗 ?
That gig was in Shanghai, we spent a wonderful day there and made some new friends.
The gig was given a big buildup on both press and TV.
Dave Grohl played a surprise gig at the Viper Room last month.
The band played a final gig splitting up.
The band played a final gig before splitting up.
When I first shot him he jumped out of the gig and ran like the devil.
The Maynard Ferguson Band was Chris's first professional big band gig.
He was never without a gig, at least at weekends.
So you want us to play the gig and help you write a song?
She and her mother got on the gig to go shopping.
They play an impromptu guerilla gig on the Beijing subway.
If I want to skip a gig, I force myself to go.
They played a gig in New Jersey.
to do a gig
I am organising a benefit gig in Bristol to raise these funds.
The two bands join forces for a gig at the Sheffield Arena on November 28.
1. long and light rowing boat; especially for racing
2. an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish
3. a cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies; used when fish are not biting
4. tender that is a light ship's boat; often for personal use of captain
5. small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and no hood
6. a booking for musicians;
"they played a gig in New Jersey"
轻便快艇 赛艇 双轮轻驾车