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EtymologyEdit

Alteration of older fixure, on the model of mixture.

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fixture (plural fixtures)

  1. (law) Something that is fixed in place, especially a permanent appliance or other item of personal property that is considered part of a house and is sold with it; compare fitting, furnishing.
  2. A regular patron of a place or institution.
  3. A lighting unit; a luminaire.
  4. (sports) A scheduled match.
  5. (computing, programming) A state that can be recreated, used as a baseline for running software tests.
  6. A work-holding or support device used in the manufacturing industry.

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fixture (third-person singular simple present fixtures, present participle fixturing, simple past and past participle fixtured)

  1. (transitive) To furnish with, as, or in a fixture.
    The device is available in both handheld and fixtured models.
  2. (transitive, sports, Australia, New Zealand) To schedule (a match).
    • 2009 January 30, AAP, “Zimbabwe cricket head Chingoka refused entry to Australia”, in Herald Sun[1]:
      Other items to be discussed include fixturing from 2012 onwards, preparations for this year's scheduled Champions Trophy and the Indian Cricket League's bid for recognition from the ICC.

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English.

NounEdit

fixture m (plural fixtures)

  1. (sports) fixture
  2. the whole schedule of games to be played in a championship, indicating when each game is to be played, and which team is to play at home.
  3. the whole list of games to be played by a given team, indicating the date of each game, and which team is to play at home.