fix


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Synonyms for fix

Synonyms for fix

to place securely in a position or condition

to make secure

to join one thing to another

to become or cause to become stuck or lodged

to produce a deep impression of

to implant so deeply as to make change nearly impossible

to set forth expressly and authoritatively

to put into correct or conclusive form

to bring about or come to an agreement concerning

to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to restore to proper condition or functioning

to alter for proper functioning

to cause to be ready, as for use, consumption, or a special purpose

to render incapable of reproducing sexually

to exact revenge for or from

to prearrange the outcome of (a contest) unlawfully

Synonyms

fix up: to improve in appearance, especially by refurbishing

fix up: to restore to proper condition or functioning

money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

Synonyms for fix

informal terms for a difficult situation

something craved, especially an intravenous injection of a narcotic drug

an exemption granted after influence (e.g., money) is brought to bear

a determination of the place where something is

take vengeance on or get even

set or place definitely

kill, preserve, and harden (tissue) in order to prepare for microscopic study

make fixed, stable or stationary

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Related Words

influence an event or its outcome by illegal means

put (something somewhere) firmly

References in classic literature ?
Fix," said the consul, "I like your way of talking, and hope you'll succeed; but I fear you will find it far from easy.
Fix evidently was not wanting in a tinge of self-conceit.
Edmund was at this time particularly full of cares: his mind being deeply occupied in the consideration of two important events now at hand, which were to fix his fate in life--ordination and matrimony--events of such a serious character as to make the ball, which would be very quickly followed by one of them, appear of less moment in his eyes than in those of any other person in the house.
And as for this necklace, I do not suppose I have worn it six times: it is very pretty, but I never think of it; and though you would be most heartily welcome to any other in my trinket-box, you have happened to fix on the very one which, if I have a choice, I would rather part with and see in your possession than any other.
I'll take you where they'll fix you such a beefsteak as you never tasted in your life.