Origin of jigsawjig, verb + saw
an electric saw with a narrow blade set in a frame, that moves with an up-and-down motion for cutting curves or ornamental patterns
also jig saw
to cut or form with a jigsaw
A usually power-driven saw with a narrow vertical blade, used to cut sharp curves.
transitive verbjig·sawed, jig·saw·ing, jig·saws
- To cut or form with a jigsaw.
- To arrange intricately; interlock.
(third-person singular simple present jigsaws, present participle jigsawing, simple past jigsawed, past participle jigsawed or jigsawn)
- To cut something using a jigsaw.
jigsaw - Computer Definition
- Adopt Me also has fun arcade games and jigsaw puzzles and a section to watch animal music videos about each of the different types of animals you can adopt on the site.
- Once Pisces is reassured that you aren't trying to trick or fool her, she'll begin to open up to you in bits and pieces that you'll have to put together like a jigsaw puzzle.
- If you're giving Christmas puzzles to someone who isn't experienced in the art of assembling a jigsaw puzzle, it's a good idea to include a few tips with your gift.
- Jigsaw puzzles are always popular, and they are suited to settings such as a retirement or nursing home where they can be completed cooperatively by several people.
- If you don't have a jigsaw, or just aren't confident in your ability to cut your wood properly, most home improvement stores or lumber yards will do it for you.