ruggedizing


ruggedizing
ruggedize (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedise)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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