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rig

verb /riɡ/ ( past tense, past participle rigged)
to fit (a ship) with ropes and sails.
aparejar
rigging noun the ropes etc which control a ship’s masts and sails.
jarcia, aparejo
rig out phrasal verb to dress
ataviar, vestir
She was rigged out in rather odd clothes (nounrig-out) She was wearing a strange rig-out.
rig up phrasal verb to build usually quickly with whatever material is available
improvisar
They rigged up a rough shelter with branches and mud.
(Definition of rig from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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