verb ju·ry–rig \ˈjr-ē-ˌrig, -ˈrig\

: to build or put together (a simple device or structure) using the materials that you have available

Full Definition of JURY-RIG

transitive verb
:  to erect, construct, or arrange in a makeshift fashion

Origin of JURY-RIG

First Known Use: 1788


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