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fix

verb [T]
 
 
/fɪks/
REPAIR B1 to repair something: My watch is broken - can you fix it?Correcting and mendingEditing and compiling
DECIDE B2 to decide a certain and exact date, price, plan, etc: Let's fix a day to have lunch together. The price has been fixed at $10.Decisions and deciding
fix sth onto/to/under, etc B2 to fasten something in a particular place: They fixed the bookcase to the wall.Fastening and tying
PREPARE B2 to prepare a drink or meal: [+ two objects] I'll fix you a sandwich.Preparing foodPreparing food using heatDrinking alcohol
CHEAT to do something dishonest to make certain that a competition, race, or election is won by a particular person: [often passive] People are saying that the elections were fixed.Fraud and corruption
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