[joo r-ee-rig] /ˈdʒʊər iˌrɪg/
Nautical. a temporary rig to replace a permanent rig that has been disabled, lost overboard, etc.
any makeshift arrangement of machinery or the like.
verb (used with object), jury-rigged, jury-rigging.
to assemble quickly or from whatever is at hand, especially for temporary use:
to jury-rig stage lights using automobile headlights.
Nautical. to replace (a rudder, mast, etc.) with a jury-rig:
We jury-rigged a fore-topmast after the storm had snapped ours off.
(mainly nautical) set up in a makeshift manner, usually as a result of the loss of regular gear
noun 1. a private room, adjacent to a courtroom, where a trial jury discusses a case and reaches its verdict.
noun, Law. 1. a device, containing slips with the names of prospective jurors, that when spun mixes the names for random selection.
[joo r-ee-woo m-uh n] /ˈdʒʊər iˌwʊm ən/ noun, plural jurywomen. 1. a female juror. /ˈdʒʊərɪwʊmən/ noun (pl) -women 1. a female member of a jury
[juhs si-vahy-lee, -vee-] /ˈdʒʌs sɪˈvaɪ li, -ˈvi-/ noun, Roman Law. 1. the rules and principles of law derived from the customs and legislation of Rome, as opposed to those derived from the customs of all nations (jus gentium) or from fundamental ideas of right and wrong implicit in the human mind (jus naturale) /sɪˈviːlɪ/ noun […]