Rig = v. to control or affect something in a dishonest way

rig
rig2
riɡ/
verb
verb: rig; 3rd person present: rigs; past tense: rigged; past participle: rigged; gerund or present participle: rigging

1.
manage or conduct (something) fraudulently so as to produce a result or situation that is advantageous to a particular person.
“the results of the elections had been rigged”
synonyms: manipulate, engineer, distort, misrepresent, pervert, tamper with, doctor; More
falsify, fake, trump up;
informalfix, fiddle with
“they rigged the election”
cause an artificial rise or fall in prices in (a market, especially the stock market) with a view to personal profit.
“he accused games manufacturers of rigging the market”

nounarchaic
noun: rig; plural noun: rigs

1.
a trick or way of swindling someone.

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verb

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memasang
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noun

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pelengkapan
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