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wig

 (wĭg)
n.
An artificial covering of natural or synthetic hair worn on the head for personal adornment, as part of a costume, or to conceal baldness.
tr.v. wigged, wig·ging, wigs
To scold or censure.
Phrasal Verb:
wig out Slang
To make or become wildly excited, enthusiastic, or crazy.

[Short for periwig.]
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wigging

(ˈwɪɡɪŋ)
n
1. slang Brit a rebuke or reprimand
2. (Agriculture) NZ the shearing of wool from the head of a sheep
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wigging - British slang for a scolding
chiding, objurgation, scolding, tongue-lashing - rebuking a person harshly
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Translations

wigging

[ˈwɪgɪŋ] N (Brit) → rapapolvo m, bronca f
to give sb a wiggingechar un rapapolvo or una bronca a algn
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wigging

[ˈwɪgɪŋ] n (British)savon m , engueulade f
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wigging

n (dated inf)Standpauke f, → Gardinenpredigt f; to give somebody a wiggingjdm eine Standpauke or Gardinenpredigt halten, jdm die Leviten lesen (dated)
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wigging

[ˈwɪgɪŋ] n (Brit) (fam) (old) → lavata di capo
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References in classic literature ?
And that was all I got in the way of a wigging. I waited a little while and then went out, shutting carefully the door of the state- room after me.
Froome's second win in three years and Team Sky's third in four years after the Sir Bradley Wiggings triumph in 2012 will not result in Brailsford resting.
Wiggings (1998) shifts the attention to the principle of understanding and he defines two main features that make the assessment "authentic" or "educational:"