fixverbuk /fɪks/ us /fɪks/
fix verb (REPAIR)
fix verb (ARRANGE)
- Let's meet for lunch if we can fix a day to suit us both.
- The directors had some difficulty in fixing a date for the meeting.
- Our next rehearsal has been fixed for Tuesday 22nd.
- Can you fix it for me to see a West-End show while I'm in London?
- They finally fixed the price at £125 000, less than their original asking price.
- be make or break for sb/sth idiom
- be on the horns of a dilemma idiom
- come down on one side of the fence or the other idiom
- come to sth
- hammer sth out
- it's a date idiom
- judgment call
- make or break sth idiom
- make up your mind idiom
- nail sth down
- name the day idiom
- spin a coin idiom
fix verb (FASTEN)
- Many shops have video cameras fixed to their walls or ceilings for security reasons.
- For now I've fixed a shower attachment to the bath taps, but one day I'll get an electric shower fitted.
- They fixed a plastic sheet over the broken window.
- The judge was trying to fix the rosette to the bridle of the winning horse.
- I'm afraid we're having difficulty fixing this curtain rail in place.
fix verb (SIGHT)
fix verb (KEEP)
fix verb (CHEAT)
fix verb (HAIR/MAKE-UP/CLOTHES)
fix verb (PREPARE FOOD)
You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:
fix verb (PUNISH)
fix verb (PRESERVE COLOURS)
fix verb (STOP REPRODUCTION)
fix verb (DRUG)
fixnounuk /fɪks/ us /fɪks/
fix noun (CHEAT)
fix noun (AWKWARD SITUATION)
- a (heavy) cross to bear idiom
- a cloud on the horizon idiom
- a fate worse than death idiom
- a hard/tough row to hoe idiom
- a narrow squeak idiom
- feeding frenzy
- rub salt in/into the wound idiom
fix noun (DRUG)
fix noun (POSITION)