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rig up

verb

  1. tr, adverb to erect or construct, esp as a temporary measure

    cameras were rigged up to televise the event



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Far from Kabul, viewers rig up generators and attach televisions to car batteries to watch.

The captain would study his watch and the sun, rig up dials and make out courses, and follow them without success.

I tried to rig up a longer flag-staff, as I thought the original one not high enough for its purpose.

The mechanical arrangements were absurdly easy to rig up, in all three cases, but the thinking of them——.

But he called to an attendant to rig up a similar bullock-skin and to spread mats, not even rugs, for his visitors.

Id sort of expect him to rig up a gallows and see justice done in good old mousquetaire fashion.

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