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jigger

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[ˈdʒɪɡə], (Noun)

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- a machine or vehicle with a part that rocks or moves to and fro, e.g. a jigsaw
(e.g: they invented a jigger that pulls nets under the ice)

- a person who dances a jig.

- a small sail set at the stern of a ship.

- a measure or small glass of spirits or wine
(e.g: a jigger or two of rum)

- a rest for a billiard cue.

- a metal golf club with a narrow face.

- a small hand- or power-operated railway vehicle used by railway workers.


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Origin:
mid 16th century (originally a slang word for a door): from the verb jig


[ˈdʒɪɡə], (Verb)

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- rearrange or tamper with
(e.g: conventional price indexes often jigger the market basket's content)


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