Top Definition
The act of creating/modifying/ghetto-engineering something effectively, usually with great force and with as little financial outlay as possible.
"That looks like you made it out of zipties, ducttape and some wooden pallets. I'm getting tetanus just looking at it. Does it work?"

"I'm bengineering it. How could it not?"
by orias0_o January 20, 2014
   /ˌbɛndʒəˈnɪərɪŋ/ Show SpelledBen-juh-neer-ing

1. the art and/or science of making practical application of the knowledge of handy makeshift skills. Indirect application skills and solutions to form a valid solution. As in the innovation of repairs, tools, useless/full objects, words, etc...

2. the action, work, or profession of an Bengineer.

3. skillful or artful contrivance; maneuvering, sneaking.

Origin:1987–88; Bengineer + -ing1

—Related forms
non·Ben·gi·neer·ing, noun, adjective
pre·Ben·gi·neer·ing, adjective
Innovative Bengineering made this incredible feat possible.

Oh snap we've got some major issues here...looks like we better start to Bengineer a solution.

A: What are you Majoring at Harvard?
B: Civil Bengineering
by The Bizjam September 15, 2010
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