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EtymologyEdit

From Latin fixus, from figō. In this modern form, it may be an early borrowing or semi-learned term; however as the one of the variant archaic past participles of the verb figgere, it may be inherited. Doublet of fitto.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

fisso (feminine singular fissa, masculine plural fissi, feminine plural fisse)

  1. fixed
  2. regular, stable, steady

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AdverbEdit

fisso

  1. fixedly, intently

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NounEdit

fisso m (plural fissi)

  1. fixed salary, fixed pay, fixed allowance
    un fisso mensile - a monthly allowance; a monthly pay
  2. home phone

VerbEdit

fisso

  1. first-person singular present indicative of fissare

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