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Definición de “rig” en inglés

rig

verb [T] uk   /rɪɡ/ (-gg-) us  

rig verb [T] (DISHONESTLY ARRANGE)

to arrange dishonestly for the result of something, for example an election, to be changed: Previous elections in the country have been rigged by the ruling party.

rig verb [T] (FIX IN PLACE)

to fix a piece of equipment in place: We rigged up a tent between two trees. The sailors rigged the ship with new sails.
Phrasal verbs

rig

noun [C] uk   /rɪɡ/ us  

rig noun [C] (STRUCTURE)

a large structure that is used for removing oil or gas from the ground or the bottom of the sea: Safety precautions on oil rigs are designed to cope with fires and small-scale explosions.

rig noun [C] (TRUCK)

mainly US a truck consisting of two or more parts that bend where they are joined so that the vehicle can turn corners more easily
(Definition of rig from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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