Meaning of ligger in English:

ligger

Pronunciation /ˈlɪɡə/

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noun

informal British

See lig

‘In tribute to the author's former life in the demi-monde of journalism there were liggers aplenty at what it inaccurately called ‘the birth of an Edinburgh-based legend’.’
  • ‘Hundreds of stars, celebs, wannabes and liggers are air-kissing and back-biting their way through a string of posh parties in the capital tonight and tomorrow.’
  • ‘After 6pm, when the gardens shut, we hosted the Unofficial After Party, dispensing gallons of chilled rosé to exhibitors and liggers alike.’
  • ‘The room is gradually invaded by well-wishers, liggers and distant relatives, the support bands and their friends, until there is barely room to breathe.’
  • ‘For the opening bash on Wednesday night even the most veteran party liggers swallowed what little pride they had and were queuing before the doors had opened.’