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fɪks Listen
  • fasten (something) securely in a particular place or position.
    E.g. they had candles fixed to their helmets
  • decide or settle on (a specific price, date, course of action, etc.).
    E.g. no date has yet been fixed for a hearing
  • mend or repair.
    E.g. you've forgotten to fix that shelf
  • make arrangements for (something); organize.
    E.g. Harry's fixed up a meeting
  • make (a dye, photographic image, or drawing) permanent.
    E.g. he perfected a process of fixing a photographic likeness on a silver plate
  • influence the outcome of (something, especially a race, match, or election) by illegal or underhand means.
    E.g. the club attempted to fix last Thursday's league match
  • take an injection of a narcotic drug.
  • castrate or spay (an animal); neuter.
  • a difficult or awkward situation from which it is hard to extricate oneself; a predicament.
    E.g. how on earth did you get into such a fix?
  • a dose of a narcotic drug to which one is addicted.
    E.g. he hadn't had his fix
  • a measure taken to resolve a problem or correct a mistake; a solution or remedy.
    E.g. making everything easier for the car driver would only be a short-term fix
  • a position determined by visual or radio bearings or astronomical observations.
    E.g. the radio operator received the distress call and calculated the fix
  • a dishonest or underhand arrangement.
    E.g. obviously, his appointment was a fix

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