jug·gle / ˈjəgəl/ • v. [tr.] continuously toss into the air and catch (a number of objects) so as to keep at least one in the air while handling the others, typically for the entertainment of others. ∎ cope with by adroitly balancing: she works full time, juggling her career with raising children. ∎ misrepresent (something) so as to deceive or cheat someone: defense chiefs juggled the figures on bomb tests.• n. [in sing.] an act of juggling.DERIVATIVES: jug·gler / ˈjəg(ə)lər/ n.jug·gler·y / ˈjəglərē/ n.