fix+firmly

  • 1 fix firmly — index embed Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 fix — [fiks] vt. fixed, fixing [ME fixen < fix, fixed < L fixus, pp. of figere, to fasten, attach: see FINISH] 1. a) to make firm, stable, or secure b) to fasten or attach firmly 2. to set firmly in the mind …

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  • 3 fix — vt 1 a: to make firm, stable, or stationary b: to attach physically 2: to influence the actions, outcome, or effect of by improper or illegal methods conspiracy to defraud the government by fix ing income tax cases W. R. LaFave and A. W. Scott,… …

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  • 4 fix — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 solution to a problem ADJECTIVE ▪ quick ▪ There is no quick fix to the breakdown in negotiations between the two companies. ▪ easy, simple ▪ There are no quick or easy fixes …

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  • 5 fix — fix1 W2S2 [fıks] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(repair)¦ 2¦(limit)¦ 3 fix a time/date/place etc 4¦(arrange)¦ 5¦(attach)¦ 6¦(prepare food)¦ 7¦(solve)¦ 8 fix your attention/eyes/mind etc on somebody/something 9 fix somebody with a stare/glare/look etc …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6 fix — [[t]fɪ̱ks[/t]] ♦♦♦ fixes, fixing, fixed 1) VERB If something is fixed somewhere, it is attached there firmly or securely. [be V ed prep/adv] It is fixed on the wall... [be V ed prep/adv] Most blinds can be fixed directly to the top of the window… …

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  • 7 fix — 1 /fIks/ verb (T) 1 REPAIR to repair something that is broken or not working properly; mend 1 (1b) BrE : Dad s outside fixing the brakes on the Chevy. 2 LIMIT to decide on a limit for something, especially prices, costs etc, so that they do not… …

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  • 8 firmly — adv. Firmly is used with these adjectives: ↑attached, ↑closed, ↑committed, ↑convinced, ↑embedded, ↑fixed, ↑opposed, ↑rooted, ↑shut, ↑stuck, ↑united Firmly …

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  • 9 fix — fɪks n. embarrassing situation, predicament (Slang); location, position (i.e. of a ship or individual); clear understanding; dose of a narcotic drug or something which is strongly desired (Slang) v. determine; set firmly; stabilize; arrange;… …

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  • 10 pin down — fix firmly in place; confirm, determine; force into revealing the truth …

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  • 11 establish — es·tab·lish vt 1: to institute (as a law) permanently by enactment or agreement we the people of the United States...do ordain and establish this Constitution U.S. Constitution preamble 2: to make firm or stable 3: to bring into existence …

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  • 12 ἀποστηριζόμεθα — ἀ̱ποστηριζόμεθα , ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly imperf ind mp 1st pl (doric aeolic) ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres ind mp 1st pl ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres ind mp 1st pl ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly imperf ind mp 1st pl (homeric ionic) ἀποστηρίζομαι fix …

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  • 13 ἀποστηρίξῃ — ἀποστηρίξηι , ἀποστήριξις fulcrum fem dat sg (epic) ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly aor subj mp 2nd sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly fut ind mp 2nd sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly aor subj mid 2nd sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly aor subj act 3rd sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix …

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  • 14 fasten — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. secure, make fast, attach, fix, bind, lock up. See junction, closure, restraint. Ant., unfasten, release. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To make something secure] Syn. attach, lock, fix, tie, bind, lace,… …

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  • 15 ἀποστηριζόμενον — ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres part mp masc acc sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres part mp neut nom/voc/acc sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres part mp masc acc sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres part mp neut nom/voc/acc sg …

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  • 16 set — I. verb (set; setting) Etymology: Middle English setten, from Old English settan; akin to Old High German sezzen to set, Old English sittan to sit Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to cause to sit ; place in or on a seat 2 …

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  • 17 embed — I verb bury, deposit, engraft, entrench, fix, fix firmly, implant, impress, imprint, infix, ingrain, insert, lodge, plant, press in, root, seat, set, set firmly, settle, stamp II index fix (make firm), inseminate, plant (place firmly) …

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  • 18 ἀποστηρίζει — ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres ind mp 2nd sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres ind mp 2nd sg ἀποστηρίζομαι fix firmly pres ind act 3rd sg …

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  • 19 fasten — verb (fastened; fastening) Etymology: Middle English fastnen, from Old English fæstnian to make fast; akin to Old High German festinōn to make fast, Old English fæst fast Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to attach especially by… …

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  • 20 set — [set] vt. set, setting [ME setten < OE settan (akin to Ger setzen & Goth satjan < Gmc * satjan), caus. formation “to cause to sit” < base of SIT] 1. to place in a sitting position; cause to sit; seat 2. a) to cause (a fowl) to sit on… …

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