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  • 181 fix someone up with someone — fix (someone) up (with (someone/something)) to arrange something for someone. If they want to work, I can fix them up. I thought you didn t like her and had fixed her up with your friend Paul …

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  • 182 fix up with someone — fix (someone) up (with (someone/something)) to arrange something for someone. If they want to work, I can fix them up. I thought you didn t like her and had fixed her up with your friend Paul …

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  • 183 fix someone up with something — fix (someone) up (with (someone/something)) to arrange something for someone. If they want to work, I can fix them up. I thought you didn t like her and had fixed her up with your friend Paul …

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  • 184 fix up with something — fix (someone) up (with (someone/something)) to arrange something for someone. If they want to work, I can fix them up. I thought you didn t like her and had fixed her up with your friend Paul …

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  • 185 fix someone up with — fix (someone) up (with (someone/something)) to arrange something for someone. If they want to work, I can fix them up. I thought you didn t like her and had fixed her up with your friend Paul …

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  • 186 fix up with — fix (someone) up (with (someone/something)) to arrange something for someone. If they want to work, I can fix them up. I thought you didn t like her and had fixed her up with your friend Paul …

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  • 187 fix (someone) up — (with (someone/something)) to arrange something for someone. If they want to work, I can fix them up. I thought you didn t like her and had fixed her up with your friend Paul …

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  • 188 fix'er-upper — noun (chiefly US inf) A house or flat purchased cheaply with the intention of renovating it • • • Main Entry: ↑fix …

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  • 189 fix|a|tion — «fihk SAY shuhn», noun. 1. the act of fixing or condition of being fixed. 2. a treatment to prevent something from fading or otherwise changing: »the fixation of a photographic film. 3. a) the process of making stable, especially by decreasing or …

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  • 190 fix|a|tive — «FIHK suh tihv», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a substance used to prevent something from fading or otherwise changing. 2. a liquid sprayed on pastels, charcoal drawings, collages, glossy ink prints, and the like, to fix the loose particles or keep ink …

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  • 191 fix|ure — «FIHK shuhr», noun. Archaic. fixed position or condition. ╂[< Latin fīxūra act of or place of fixing < fīgere to fix, attach] …

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  • 192 fix someone with a stare/look etc. — fix (someone) with a stare/look (etc.) : to look directly at (someone) usually in an angry way She fixed him with an angry stare. [=she stared at him angrily] • • • Main Entry: ↑fix …

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  • 193 fix with a stare/look — fix (someone) with a stare/look (etc.) : to look directly at (someone) usually in an angry way She fixed him with an angry stare. [=she stared at him angrily] • • • Main Entry: ↑fix …

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  • 194 fix your eyes/gaze etc. on/upon — fix your eyes/gaze (etc.) on/upon : to look at (someone or something) steadily Everyone fixed their eyes on her as she entered the room. • • • Main Entry: ↑fix …

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  • 195 fix your eyes/gaze on/upon — fix your eyes/gaze (etc.) on/upon : to look at (someone or something) steadily Everyone fixed their eyes on her as she entered the room. • • • Main Entry: ↑fix …

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  • 196 fix your hopes/sights etc. on/upon — fix your hopes/sights (etc.) on/upon : to direct your hopes, efforts, etc., toward (something) They fixed their sights on winning the championship. She has her hopes fixed on a career in journalism. [=she hopes/wants to have a career in… …

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  • 197 fix your hopes/sights on/upon — fix your hopes/sights (etc.) on/upon : to direct your hopes, efforts, etc., toward (something) They fixed their sights on winning the championship. She has her hopes fixed on a career in journalism. [=she hopes/wants to have a career in… …

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  • 198 fix your hopes on/upon — see ↑fix, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑hope …

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  • 199 fix someone with a stare — fix (someone) with a stare see ↑fix, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑stare …

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  • 200 fix with a stare — fix (someone) with a stare see ↑fix, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑stare …

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