Definition of rig-out in English:

rig-out

noun

British
informal
  • An outfit of clothes.

    • ‘What's the betting that you've a rig-out that's seen the light of day once and has since been languishing in your wardrobe?’
    • ‘He is unapologetic about the rig-out: ‘I wear all the gear all the time.’’
    • ‘A pretty smart rig-out, I thought, for a night out at the pub.’
    • ‘We took special glee in laughing at all the ice-skaters' hilarious rig-outs and the obscure terminology that seems to go with that activity.’
    • ‘I'd say a lot of them are totally bored and let their minds wander to the dinner, the match or Mrs Nolan's rig-out.’
    • ‘Finally, to the member of staff called Norman, thanks for praising my rig-out, you made me feel a million dollars in my ever-so-cheap outfit.’

Pronunciation:

rig-out

/ˈri ˌɡout/