Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Gig"

The meaning of "Gig" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does gig mean?
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Q: What does we go where the gigs are, man

gig? mean?
A: Gigs in that sentence could mean a couple of things but it sounds like they are talking about where bands are playing live music.
Q: What does gig company mean?
A: Ah, I see. I believe that is actually the companies name: G.I.G Company. Or it is referring to what type of company, "gig" being another word for "event" such as a party planning company, or a wedding ceremony company. I hope that helps!
Q: What does the whole gig of the mean?
A: So that means that the big purpose of the ANS, it's main reason for existence, is whatever comes after ",...".
Q: What does gig mean?
A: used when someone is talking about a if they are preforming. like if someone got a job to play the guitar at a coffee shop, you would call that a gig. that's what its mainly used for, but can be used for any job really.

Example sentences using "Gig"

Q: Please show me example sentences with gig.
A: My friend’s band has a gig at the Paramount Theater at 8pm tonight.
Q: Please show me example sentences with gigs.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with gig.
A: It usually means a short-term job. The most common use is when a band gets a gig playing somewhere. This gig is short-term since they're not going to play there regularly. If you get a job helping out at a festival for a day or two, this can also be called a gig, for example. :)

Synonyms of "Gig" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between gig and concert and live performance ?
A: A gig can be a performance at any place

A concert is a performance specifically at a more professional location, like a theater or stage.

A live performance is a performance that can be seen while it’s happening.

You can have a gig at a concert as well, a gig is just an event where you are performing
Q: What is the difference between gig and concert ?
A: a gig is used more for pop/rock etc as well as concert which is seen as a more formal term. You would go to an orchestral concert.
Q: What is the difference between gig and concert ?
A: Usually gigs are for smaller bands/singers, and concerts are usually for more famous bands/singers. But it is ok to use them either way.

Examples:
I'm going to see Interpool on Saturday. It's their first gig. I'm so excited!

On Monday, I'm going to watch OneDirection. I can't wait to see them in concert

Interpools concert was amazing. I loved it!
Q: What is the difference between gig and live performance ?
A: Live performance = performing in front of an audience

Gig = live performance but "gig" is usually only used if you are a musician and it is a part of your job.
"Gig" can also refer to any job. For example: "I got a gig at the law firm."

Translations of "Gig"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I got the gig
A: I got the gig
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tên bạn là gig
A: what's your name?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What " gig " means? Like a samba gig..
A: "A gig is a live performance by someone such as a musician or a comedian."
https://www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/gig

I used their words since I like their explanation.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? gig
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Other questions about "Gig"

Q: What does "gig economy" mean?

Context>>>>>>>>>>
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg unveiled a plan on Friday to raise wages and strengthen the rights of American workers, including "gig economy" workers such as Uber drivers, and fast-food employees.
A: The "gig economy" is the type of work that many younger people do nowadays instead of full-time work at a company. Sometimes they drive Ubers or make YouTube videos, do small jobs they find online, etc. They rely on multiple different "gigs" (short-term jobs) for their income.
Q: I enjoyed the gig of Lady Gaga very much. It was awesome. does this sound natural?
A: Maybe "I enjoyed Lady Gaga's concert/performance very much." The word "gig" is usually used for small, personal concerts with only a few people watching. "I have a gig tomorrow at the bar around the corner. Want to come?"
Q: Only one gig left on this tour.
ラスト一本!(らすといっぽん)

Notes:He's a musician, and posted it on his social media account. We sometimes count the number of gigs by 本. ラストmeans "last". I added some words to English to make his vague sentence clearer. does this sound natural?
A: Hadn't you already finished the tour? =P

Incidentally, "Last gig!" or "Last gig for this tour!" might be more direct translations in terms of tone.
Q: Only one gig left on this tour.
ラスト一本!(らすといっぽん)

Notes:He's a musician, and posted it on his social media account. We sometimes count the number of gigs by 本. ラストmeans "last". I added some words to English to make his vague sentence clearer. does this sound natural?
A: The notes are unneeded as we understand from the sentence he is a musician touring to concerts
Q: Our last gig of this year was over!今年最後のライブが終わりました‼︎
I really enjoyed it!
ほんまに、楽しかった!

As an SNS photo caption. He's a drummer of a rock band. does this sound natural?
A: Should be "Our last gig this year is over!" 'Was' is past tense, but you can't say something 'was over'. It either 'is over' or 'it's not over'. You could also say "Our final gig this year has ended!", but that sounds like you only recently finished performing.

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