Rig - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a truck consisting of a tractor and trailer together (syn: semi)
- formation of masts, spars, sails, etc., on a vessel (syn: rigging)
- a set of clothing (with accessories) (syn: getup, outfit, turnout)
- gear used in fishing (syn: tackle)
- a vehicle with wheels drawn by one or more horses (syn: carriage, equipage)
- the act of swindling by some fraudulent scheme (syn: cheat, swindle)
- manipulate in a fraudulent manner (syn: manipulate)
- connect or secure to
- equip with sails or masts (syn: set, set up)
He drives a big rig.
As winter gets near, we have to rig the whole family out with warm clothing.
People came to the party rigged out as characters from stories.
Some international observers have claimed the election was rigged.
Two of the largest oil companies have been accused of rigging prices.
Some investors feel that the market is rigged.
The ship was fully rigged and ready to sail.
We drove the rig down to Baltimore.
They rigged the bomb to the ignition
rig up — erect or construct, especially as a temporary measure
present participle: rigging
past tense: rigged
past participle: rigged