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fixed

adjective

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fixed

verb
past tense of fix

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1 to arrange something in a certain spot or position
  • fixed my hair so that it would stop falling in my eyes

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4 to decide upon (the time or date for an event) usually from a position of authority
  • have we fixed a day for the party yet?

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7 to put securely in place or in a desired position
  • fixed the mittens to the child's snowsuit

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8 to set solidly in or as if in surrounding matter
  • the image of what Santa Claus looks like is solidly fixed in our minds

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9 to remove the sex organs of
  • the animal shelter requires a pledge from the adoptive owner that they will have their new pet fixed

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10 to restore to a healthy condition
  • it took surgery and months of physical therapy to completely fix her bum knee

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“Fixed.” Merriam-Webster.com Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/fixed. Accessed 2 Mar. 2021.

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