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fixed

 (fĭkst)
adj.
1. Firmly in position; stationary: a fixed dwelling.
2. Determined; established; set: at a fixed time; a fixed price.
3. Not subject to change or variation; unchanging: pensioners on a fixed income.
4. Chemistry
a. Not readily evaporating; nonvolatile.
b. Being in a stable, combined form: fixed nitrogen.
5.
a. Firmly, often dogmatically held: fixed beliefs.
b. Persistently occurring in the mind; obsessive: a fixed, delusive notion.
6. Supplied, especially with funds. Often used in combination: a well-fixed bachelor.
7. Illegally prearranged as to outcome: a fixed election.

fix′ed·ly (fĭk′sĭd-lē) adv.
fix′ed·ness n.

fixed

(fɪkst)
adj
1. attached or placed so as to be immovable
2. not subject to change; stable: fixed prices.
3. steadily directed: a fixed expression.
4. established as to relative position: a fixed point.
5. not fluctuating; always at the same time: a fixed holiday.
6. (of ideas, notions, etc) firmly maintained
7. (Chemistry) (of an element) held in chemical combination: fixed nitrogen.
8. (Chemistry) (of a substance) nonvolatile
9. arranged
10. (Astrology) astrology of, relating to, or belonging to the group consisting of the four signs of the zodiac Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius, which are associated with stability. Compare cardinal9, mutable2
11. informal equipped or provided for, as with money, possessions, etc
12. informal illegally arranged: a fixed trial.
fixedly adv
ˈfixedness n

fixed

(fɪkst)

adj.
1. attached or placed so as to be firm and not readily movable; stationary; rigid.
2. rendered stable or permanent, as color.
3. set or intent upon something; steadily directed: a fixed stare.
4. definitely and permanently placed: a fixed buoy.
5. not fluctuating or varying; definite: fixed income.
6. supplied with or having enough of something necessary or wanted, as money.
7. coming each year on the same calendar date.
8. put in order.
9. arranged in advance privately or dishonestly: a fixed race.
10.
a. (of a chemical element) taken into a compound from its free state.
b. nonvolatile, or not easily volatilized: a fixed oil.
[1350–1400]
fix•ed•ly (ˈfɪk sɪd li, ˈfɪkst li) adv.
fix′ed•ness, n.

fixed

One of the three qualities; associated with stability, determination and consistency.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fixed - (of a number) having a fixed and unchanging value
determinate - precisely determined or limited or defined; especially fixed by rule or by a specific and constant cause; "a determinate distance"; "a determinate number"; "determinate variations in animals"
2.fixed - fixed and unmoving; "with eyes set in a fixed glassy stare"; "his bearded face already has a set hollow look"- Connor Cruise O'Brien; "a face rigid with pain"
nonmoving, unmoving - not in motion
3.fixed - securely placed or fastened or set; "a fixed piece of wood"; "a fixed resistor"
secure - not likely to fail or give way; "the lock was secure"; "a secure foundation"; "a secure hold on her wrist"
unfixed - not firmly placed or set or fastened
4.fixed - incapable of being changed or moved or undone; e.g. "frozen prices"; "living on fixed incomes"
unchangeable - not changeable or subject to change; "a fixed and unchangeable part of the germ plasm"-Ashley Montagu; "the unchangeable seasons"; "one of the unchangeable facts of life"

fixed

adjective
1. inflexible, set, steady, resolute, unwavering, unflinching, unblinking, unbending, undeviating people who have fixed ideas about things
inflexible varying, wavering, inconstant
2. immovable, set, established, secure, rooted, permanent, attached, anchored, rigid, made fast Nato was concentrating on hitting buildings and other fixed structures.
immovable moving, mobile, bending, pliant, motile, unfixed
3. false, fake, feigned, insincere I had a fixed grin on my face.
4. agreed, set, planned, decided, established, settled, arranged, resolved, specified, definite The deal was settled at a prearranged fixed price
5. mended, going, sorted, repaired, put right, in working order The vehicle was fixed.
6. (Informal) rigged, framed, put-up, manipulated, packed Some races are fixed.

fixed

adjective
2. Having distinct limits:
3. In a definite and final form; not likely to change:
4. On an unwavering course of action:
Translations
ثَابِتثابِت، مُحَدَّق فيه، مُرَكَّزمُحَدَّدمُرَتَّب سَلَفا بِصورَة غَير شَريفَه
pevnýupřenýzfalšovanýnehybný
fastsataftaltfast
kiinteä
fiksni
megbundázottrögzített
ákveîinn, umsaminnfyrirfram ákveîinn, svikinnstöîugur, fastur
固定した
고정된
upretý
dogovorjendoločenpritrjen
lagad
คงที่
kararlaştırılmışönceden ayarlanmışsabitsabitlenmişşikeli
cố định

fixed

[fɪkst]
A. ADJ
1. (= permanent, invariable) [amount, number, rate] → fijo
of no fixed abode or address (Jur) → sin domicilio fijo
2. (= prearranged) → establecido
at a fixed timea una hora establecida
there's no fixed agendano hay un orden del día fijo
3. (= immovable) [smile] → inamovible; [stare] → fijo
she kept a fixed smile on her facemantuvo una sonrisa inamovible
to keep one's eyes fixed on sthmantener la mirada fija en algo
4. (= inflexible) [opinion] → firme, rígido
he has very fixed ideases de ideas fijas
B. CPD fixed assets NPLactivo msing fijo
fixed charge Ncargo m fijo
fixed costs NPLcostos mpl fijos
fixed price Nprecio m fijo

fixed

[ˈfɪkst] adj
(= set) [price] → fixe; [time] → fixe; [number] → fixe
There's a fixed charge → Il y a un prix forfaitaire.
fixed interest rates → des taux d'intérêt fixes
at a fixed price → à un prix fixe
at a fixed time → à heure fixe
of no fixed address, of no fixed abode (British)sans domicile fixe
to have no fixed address → être sans domicile fixe fixed-price
(= inflexible) [idea, opinion] → arrêté(e)
My parents have very fixed ideas → Mes parents ont des idées très arrêtées.
(= artificial) [smile, grin] → figé(e)
(in a particular state)
How are you fixed for money? → Question fric, ça va? fixed assets nplimmobilisations fpl

fixed

adj
(= invariable) amount, timefest(gesetzt); positionunveränderlich; at fixed intervalsin festen Abständen; there’s no fixed agendaes gibt keine feste Tagesordnung; of no fixed abode or address (Jur) → ohne festen Wohnsitz; fixed exchange rate (Fin) → fester Wechselkurs; fixed conversion rates (Fin) → feste Umrechnungskurse pl; fixed menuTagesmenü nt; fixed point (Comput) → Festkomma nt; fixed priceFestpreis m
ideafest; smile, grinstarr; to have a fixed idea or belief that …fest davon überzeugt or nicht davon abzubringen sein, dass …; a fixed stareein starrer Blick
(= rigged) election, game, match, racemanipuliert; it’s a fixed trial, the trial is fixedder Prozess ist eine abgekartete Sache; the interview was fixeddas Interview war gestellt; the whole thing was fixeddas war eine abgekartete Sache (inf)
(inf) how are we fixed for time?wie siehts mit der Zeit aus?; how are you fixed for food/money etc?wie siehts bei dir mit Essen/Geld etc aus?; how are you fixed for tonight?was hast du (für) heute Abend vor?

fixed

:
fixed assets
pl (Comm) → feste Anlagen pl
fixed capital
fixed costs
pl (Comm) → Fixkosten pl
fixed-interest
adjFestzins-; stocks, investmentsfestverzinslich; fixed loanFestzinsanleihe f

fixed

:
fixed-rate
adjFestzins-; fixed mortgageFestzinshypothek f
fixed star
nFixstern m
fixed-term contract
fixed-wing
adj fixed aircraftStarrflügelflugzeug nt

fixed

[fɪkst] adj
a. (gen) → fisso/a
at a fixed time → ad un'ora stabilita
fixed price → prezzo fisso
there's a fixed charge → c'è una quota fissa
b. how are you fixed for money? (fam) → a soldi come stai?
how are you fixed for this evening? → cosa fai stasera?

fix

(fiks) verb
1. to make firm or steady. He fixed the post firmly in the ground; He fixed his eyes on the door.
2. to attach; to join. He fixed the shelf to the wall.
3. to mend or repair. He has succeeded in fixing my watch.
4. to direct (attention, a look etc) at. She fixed all her attention on me.
5. (often with up) to arrange; to settle. to fix a price; We fixed (up) a meeting.
6. to make (something) permanent by the use of certain chemicals. to fix a photgraphic print.
7. to prepare; to get ready. I'll fix dinner tonight.
noun
trouble; a difficulty. I'm in a terrible fix!
fixˈation noun
a strong idea or opinion for or against something that one does not or cannot change. She has a fixation about travelling alone.
fixed adjective
1. arranged in advance; settled. a fixed price.
2. steady; not moving. a fixed gaze/stare.
3. arranged illegally or dishonestly. The result was fixed.
fixedly (ˈfiksidli) adverb
steadily. He stared fixedly.
fixture (ˈfikstʃə) noun
1. a fixed piece of furniture etc. We can't move the cupboard – it's a built-in fixture.
2. an event, especially sporting, arranged for a certain time. The football team has a fixture on Saturday.
fix on
to decide on, choose. Have you fixed on a date for the wedding?
fix (someone) up with (something)
to provide (someone) with (something). Can you fix me up with a car for tomorrow?

fixed

ثَابِت pevný fastsat befestigt στερεωμένος fijo kiinteä fixe fiksni fisso 固定した 고정된 vast fast stały fixado неизменный lagad คงที่ sabitlenmiş cố định 固定的

fixed

a. fijo-a; decidido-a [resolved] resuelto; arreglado-a, determinado-a; compuesto-a;
___ feehonorario ___ o definido;
___ termplazo ___.

fixed

adj fijo
References in classic literature ?
NEXT to permanency in office, nothing can contribute more to the independence of the judges than a fixed provision for their support.
It will readily be understood that the fluctuations in the value of money and in the state of society rendered a fixed rate of compensation in the Constitution inadmissible.
She had been advertised to start positively, every day for a fortnight or so, and had not gone yet, nor did her captain seem to have any very fixed intention on the subject.
At any rate, when you watch those live crabs that nestle here on this bonnet, such an idea will be almost sure to occur to you; unless, indeed, your fancy has been fixed by the technical term crown also bestowed upon it; in which case you will take great interest in thinking how this mighty monster is actually a diademed king of the sea, whose green crown has been put together for him in this marvellous manner.
Risk: A distinction between variable and fixed annuities is investment risk.
That requires educating staff about fixed income--and then educating clients.
By doing this, the need to back up large amounts of data on fixed disk devices is mitigated, thus decreasing the back up window and reducing the amount of storage hardware to allocate and manage.
For those buyers, Gumbinger suggests hybrid adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), which feature a fixed interest rate usually for three, five, seven, or 10 years until they turn into traditional adjustable-rate mortgages.
15% might be allocated to cover the fixed costs of agencies, branches or wholesaling, and 20% might be allocated to cover the fixed costs of home office-based management, marketing and sales support.
1275-5(b)) or (2) to a refinancing at a fixed or qualified floating rate.
Fixed-rate mortgages take their name from the fact that the interest rate is fixed for the life of the mortgage.