/ (riːˈdʒɪɡ) /

verb -jigs, -jigging or -jigged (tr)

to re-equip (a factory or plant)
to rearrange, alter, or manipulate, sometimes in a slightly unscrupulous way


the act or process of rejigging


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Derived forms of rejig

rejigger, noun
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