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  • 1 rig out — verb put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera The young girls were all fancied up for the party • Syn: ↑overdress, ↑dress up, ↑fig out, ↑fig up, ↑deck up, ↑ …

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  • 2 rig-out — noun (C) BrE informal a set of clothes: You can t go out in that rig out! see also: rig out rig 1 …

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  • 3 rig out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms rig out : present tense I/you/we/they rig out he/she/it rigs out present participle rigging out past tense rigged out past participle rigged out informal to give someone a particular type of clothing to wear… …

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  • 4 rig-out — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms rig out : singular rig out plural rig outs British informal old fashioned a set of clothes, especially if they are unusual …

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  • 5 rig out — PHRASAL VERB If you rig yourself out or are rigged out in a particular way, you are wearing a particular kind of clothes. [INFORMAL] [V pron refl P] I rigged myself out in thick jeans and heavy belt... [V pron refl P] I was rigged out in my usual …

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  • 6 rig-out — /ˈrɪg aʊt/ (say rig owt) noun 1. apparatus; equipment. 2. dress; clothes, especially when conspicuous …

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  • 7 rig out — {v. phr.} To overdecorate; doll up; dress up. * /Ann arrived all rigged out in her newest Parisian summer outfit./ …

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  • 8 rig out — {v. phr.} To overdecorate; doll up; dress up. * /Ann arrived all rigged out in her newest Parisian summer outfit./ …

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  • 9 rig\ out — v. phr. To overdecorate; doll up; dress up. Ann arrived all rigged out in her newest Parisian summer outfit …

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  • 10 rig out — verb to provide with equipment/gear …

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  • 11 Rig out — fit or deck with clothes, etc …

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  • 12 rig out — Australian Slang fit or deck with clothes, etc …

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  • 13 rig-out — noun informal, chiefly Brit. an outfit of clothes …

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  • 14 rig-out — n clothing, clothes, garments, outfit, kit, uniform, dress, costume, habit, livery FORMAL apparel, raiment COLLOQ. clobber, garb, gear, get up, togs, things …

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  • 15 out — out·age; out·back·er; out·breathed; out·bye; out·come; out·com·er; out·com·ing; out·cri·er; out·crop·per; out·done; out·door; out·doors·man; out·doorsy; out·er·most; out·fang·thief; out·field·er; out·field·ing; out·fields·man; out·fit·ter;… …

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  • 16 rig — Ⅰ. rig [1] ► VERB (rigged, rigging) 1) provide (a boat) with sails and rigging. 2) assemble and adjust (the equipment of a sailing boat, aircraft, etc.) in readiness for operation. 3) (often rig up) set up (a device or structure), typically in a… …

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  • 17 rig — cor·rig·i·o·la; cor·rig·i·o·la·ce·ae; ir·rig·u·ous; mo·rig·er·ate; mo·rig·er·a·tion; mo·rig·er·ous; out·rig; out·rig·ger; out·rig·gered; pe·rig·y·nous; pe·rig·y·ny; pru·rig·i·nous; rig·a·doon; rig·a·ma·jig; rig·a·ree; rig·a·to·ni; rig·ger;… …

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  • 18 rig — rig1 [ rıg ] noun count * ▸ 1 for getting oil/gas ▸ 2 large truck ▸ 3 set of equipment ▸ 4 arrangement of sails ▸ 5 set of clothes/uniform 1. ) a tall structure fitted with equipment for getting oil or gas out of the ground or from under the… …

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  • 19 rig — rig1 [rıg] v past tense and past participle rigged present participle rigging [T] [Sense: 1 2; Date: 1700 1800; Origin: rig trick (18 19 centuries).] [Sense: 3; Date: 1400 1500; Origin: Probably from a Scandinavian language] 1.) to dishonestly… …

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  • 20 rig — I. /rɪg / (say rig) verb (t) (rigged, rigging) 1. Chiefly Nautical a. to put in proper order for working or use. b. to fit (a vessel, a mast, etc.) with the necessary shrouds, stays, etc. c. to fit (shrouds, stays, sails, etc.) to the mast, yard …

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