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out of fix


Prepositional phraseEdit

out of fix

  1. (idiomatic) Wrong, broken, nonfunctional
    • 1913 November, J. R. Schmidt, “Interesting People:Alice McConaughy”, in The American Magazine[1], volume LXXVI:5, page 62:
      Right now the dynamo is out of fix, so I have used the electric light current, with an interrupter.