- simple past tense and past participle of
- Not changing, not able to be changed, staying the same.
- fixed assets
- I work fixed hours for a fixed salary.
- Every religion has its own fixed ideas.
- He looked at me with a fixed glare.
- Attached; affixed.
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- The closest affinities of the Jubulaceae are with the Lejeuneaceae. The two families share in common: (a) elaters usually 1-spiral, trumpet-shaped and fixed to the capsule valves, distally […]
- Chemically stable.
- Supplied with what one needs.
- She's nicely fixed after two divorce settlements.
- (law) Of sound, recorded on a permanent medium.
- In the United States, recordings are only granted copyright protection when the sounds in the recording were fixed and first published on or after February 15, 1972.
- (dialectal, informal) Surgically rendered infertile (spayed, neutered or castrated).
- a fixed tomcat; the she-cat has been fixed
- Rigged; fraudulently prearranged.
- (of a problem) Resolved; corrected.
- (not able to be changed, staying the same): mobile
Terms derived from the adjective "fixed"
- fixed-gear bicycle
- fixed-term contract
- fixed addresses
- fixed air
- fixed asset
- fixed assets
- fixed charge
- fixed charges
- fixed costs
- fixed disk
- fixed disks
- fixed feast
- fixed head coupé
- fixed head coupés
- fixed income
- fixed incomes
- fixed limit
- fixed point
- fixed points
- fixed route
- fixed satellite
- fixed satellites
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the same
stationary — see stationary
surgically rendered infertile, castrated or spayed
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