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trig1 / trig/ • n. inf. trigonometry. trig2 • adj. neat and smart in appearance: two trig little boys, each in a gray flannel suit. • v. (trigged , trig·ging ) [tr.] make neat and smart in appearance: he has rigged her and trigged her with paint and spar.

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