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rig out

1. To fit, fasten, or equip (with something). Tom just bought a new motorcycle that's been rigged out with a super powerful engine. I'm planning on rigging out my computer with a new processor and some extra memory once I save up a bit of money.
2. To clothe or be dressed, especially in a fancy or fashionable attire. Well, it looks like Jeremy rigged out nicely for the prom. I've got to get home and rig out before our big date tonight.
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Nabors and Patterson-UTI are also seeking more efficient AC rigs, a development that is expected to send most of their older rigs out of service in the next few years, analysts said.
Utilization is the percentage of contracted rigs out of the total competitive fleet supply.