jerry-build(redirected from jerry-builds)
tr.v. jer·ry-built (-bĭlt′), jer·ry-build·ing, jer·ry-builds
To build shoddily, flimsily, and cheaply. See Usage Note at jury-rig.
[From dialectal jerry, defective, perhaps from the name Jerry.]
vb, -builds, -building or -built
(Building) (tr) to build (houses, flats, etc) badly using cheap materials
Past participle: jerry-built