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rig1 US English

Make (a sailing ship or boat) ready for sailing by providing it with sails and rigging

rig2 US English

Manage or conduct (something) fraudulently so as to produce a result or situation that is advantageous to a particular person

rig1 US Thesaurus

the boats were rigged with a single sail

rig2 US Thesaurus

they rigged the election

big rig US English

Another term for tractor-trailer.

cat rig US English

The rig of a catboat with the single mast placed far forward

oil rig US English

A structure with equipment for drilling and servicing an oil well

rig-out US English

An outfit of clothes

full rig US English

(Wearing) fancy or ceremonial clothes

Rig Veda US English

The oldest and principal of the Vedas, a collection of 1028 hymns composed in the 2nd millennium bc in early Sanskrit

test rig US English

An apparatus used for assessing the performance of a piece of mechanical or electrical equipment

Rig Veda New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

oldest of the Sanskrit Vedas

Bermuda rig US English

A tall yachting rig with a high, tapering fore-and-aft mainsail

drilling rig US English

A large structure with equipment for drilling an oil well

full rig in rig1 US English

(Wearing) fancy or ceremonial clothes

gunter rig in gunter US English

A type of rig in which the topmast slides up and down the lower mast on rings

jack up US English

An offshore drilling rig the legs of which are lowered to the seabed from the operating platform

jack-up rig in jack-up US English

An offshore drilling rig the legs of which are lowered to the seabed from the operating platform

in full rig in rig1 US English

(Wearing) fancy or ceremonial clothes