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English definition of “rig”
/rɪg/ verb [T] (-gg-)
› to dishonestly influence or change something in order to get the result that you want: Several insurance companies have been accused of rigging their computer programs to produce artificially low values for injury claims. rig an election/vote/pollrig prices/bids/systems The airline has been fined for rigging prices.
rig the market › COMMERCE, STOCK MARKET to unfairly or illegally control the sale or the price of products, shares, etc. in order to make a profit: The energy regulator accused the big electricity generators of rigging the market to keep prices deliberately high.