To twitch; to pull; to tweak.
- A young shoot representing the current season's growth of a woody plant.
- Any small, leafless branch of a woody plant.
- To observe or notice.
- To understand or figure out: "The layman has twigged what the strategist twigged almost two decades ago” ( Manchester Guardian Weekly).
- To be or become aware of the situation; understand: "As Europe is now twigging, the best breeding ground for innovators who know how to do business is often big, competitive companies” ( Economist).
- Chiefly British The current style; the fashion.