rigged

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Adjective[edit]

rigged (not comparable)

  1. (for a trial, election, or competition) pre-arranged and fixed so that the winner or outcome is decided in advance
    There was a vicious rumour that the final was rigged, as the defense seemed useless.
  2. (nautical) Having the rigging up
    We were ready to embark upon our journey now the vessel was rigged.

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Verb[edit]

rigged

  1. simple past tense and past participle of rig

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