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Translation of "fix" - English-Spanish dictionary

fix

verb /fiks/
to make firm or steady
fijar, clavar
He fixed the post firmly in the ground He fixed his eyes on the door.
to attach; to join
fijar, clavar
He fixed the shelf to the wall.
to mend or repair
arreglar
He has succeeded in fixing my watch.
to direct (attention, a look etc) at
fijar, clavar, poner
She fixed all her attention on me.
(often with up) to arrange; to settle
fijar
Have you fixed a price yet? We fixed (up) a meeting.
to make (something) permanent by the use of certain chemicals
fijar
to fix a photgraphic print.
to prepare; to get ready
arreglar, organizar
I’ll fix dinner tonight.
fixation noun a strong idea or opinion for or against something that one does not or cannot change
fijación, obsesión
She has a fixation about cleanliness.
fixed adjective arranged in advance; settled
fijo
a fixed price.
steady; not moving
fijo
a fixed gaze/stare.
arranged illegally or dishonestly
amañado
The result was fixed.
fixedly /ˈfiksidli/ adverb steadily
fijamente
He stared fixedly.
fixture /ˈfikstʃə/ noun a fixed piece of furniture etc
instalación fija
We can’t move the cupboard – it’s a built-in fixture.
an event, especially sporting, arranged for a certain time
encuentro
The football team has a fixture on Saturday.
fix on phrasal verb to decide on, choose
decidir, fijar
Have you fixed on a date for the wedding?
fix (someone) up with (something) phrasal verb to provide (someone) with (something)
proveer, conseguir algo para alguien
Can you fix me up with a car for tomorrow?
(Definition of fix from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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