Zig meaning

zĭg
To behave erratically or indecisively. Usually used with zag .

The market has zigged and zagged for months.

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One of a series of sharp turns or reversals.

The zigs and zags of foreign policy.

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To turn or change direction suddenly. Usually used in contrast to zag .

When your opponent zigs, zag!

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Any of the short, sharp angles or turns of a zigzag pattern, alternating with a zag.
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Any sharp turn away from a straight course.
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To move in a zig.
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To zigzag.
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A sudden or sharp turn or change of direction.
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To make such a turn.
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Origin of zig

  • From zigzag
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition