[jer-ee-rig] /ˈdʒɛr iˌrɪg/
verb (used with object), jerry-rigged, jerry-rigging.
Patched or cobbled; hoked-up: these would be much better than something jerry-rigged on my Olivetti
[1980s+; a blend of jerry-built, ”badly or flimsily built,” found by 1869, with jury-rigged, ”rigged temporarily or in an emergency,” found by 1788; the origin of both of these is unknown]
- Jerry sussman
[jur-zee] /ˈdʒɜr zi/ noun, plural jerseys. 1. a close-fitting, knitted sweater or shirt. 2. a plain-knit, machine-made fabric of wool, silk, nylon, rayon, etc., characteristically soft and elastic, used for garments. 3. (initial capital letter) one of a breed of dairy cattle, raised originally on the island of Jersey, producing milk with a high butterfat […]
[jur-zee] /ˈdʒɜr zi/ noun 1. a British island in the English Channel: the largest of the Channel Islands. 44 sq. mi. (116 sq. km). Capital: St. Helier. 2. Informal. . /ˈdʒɜːzɪ/ noun 1. a knitted garment covering the upper part of the body 2. 3. a football shirt /ˈdʒɜːzɪ/ noun 1. an island in the […]
noun 1. a type of concrete barricade used especially as a highway divider to protect each side from traffic crossing over.