Jury-rig



[joo r-ee-rig] /ˈdʒʊər iˌrɪg/

noun
1.
Nautical. a temporary rig to replace a permanent rig that has been disabled, lost overboard, etc.
2.
any makeshift arrangement of machinery or the like.
verb (used with object), jury-rigged, jury-rigging.
3.
to assemble quickly or from whatever is at hand, especially for temporary use:
to jury-rig stage lights using automobile headlights.
4.
Nautical. to replace (a rudder, mast, etc.) with a jury-rig:
We jury-rigged a fore-topmast after the storm had snapped ours off.

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