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rig

US [rɪɡ]
UK [rɪɡ]
  • n.钻机;帆装(船桅和风帆等的安装模式);大卡车;大货车
  • v.装配;(以不正当的手段)操纵;提供索具
  • Web装备;钻塔;设备
Plural Form:rigs  Present Participle:rigging  Past Tense:rigged  
rig
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v.
1.
~ sth
(以不正当的手段)操纵,控制to arrange or influence sth in a dishonest way in order to get the result that you want
He said the election had been rigged.
他说选举被人操纵了。
to rig the market(= to cause an artificial rise or fall in prices, in order to make a profit)
操纵市场
2.
~ sth (with sth)
(给船只)装帆,提供索具to provide a ship or boat with ropes, sails, etc.; to fit the sails, etc. in position
3.
~ sth (up) (with sth)
(秘密地)安装,装配to fit equipment somewhere, sometimes secretly
The lights had been rigged (up) but not yet tested.
灯已经装好了,但还没有经过测试。
The car had been rigged with about 300 lbs of explosive.
有人暗中在车上放了大约 300 磅炸药。
n.
1.
钻机a large piece of equipment that is used for taking oil or gas from the ground or the bottom of the sea
an oil rig
石油钻机
2.
帆装(船桅和风帆等的安装模式)the way that the masts and sails on a boat, etc. are arranged
3.
(informal)
大卡车;大货车a large lorry/truck
4.
有专门用途的设备equipment that is used for a special purpose
a CB radio rig
民用波段无线电设备

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