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  1. fixed

    • IPA[fɪkst]

    英式

    • adj.
      fastened securely in position;(of a person's expression) held for a long time without changing, especially to conceal other feelings
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    • v.
      fasten (something) securely in a particular place or position: they had candles fixed to their helmets her words have remained fixed in my memory
    • n.
      a difficult or awkward situation from which it is hard to extricate oneself; a predicament: how on earth did you get into such a fix?

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      fasten (something) securely in a particular place or position: fix the clamp on a rail the upper jaw of an amphibian is firmly fixed to the skull
    • n.
      a difficult or awkward situation from which it is hard to extricate oneself; a predicament: how on earth did you get into such a fix?

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the process of deciding or planning something: the fixing of the date of the hearing the fixing of a fair and reasonable price

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the action of fastening something in place: the fixing of additional strengthening steelwork

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    • n.
      a well-defined reproducible temperature which can be used as a reference point, e.g. one ...

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    • n.
      a well-defined reproducible temperature that can be used as a reference point, e.g., one ...
    • adj.
      denoting a mode of representing a number by a single sequence of digits whose values depend on ... these computers perform arithmetic in fixed-point binary format

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    • n.
      a nonvolatile oil of animal or plant origin.

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    • adj.
      denoting a system of solmization in which C is called “do,” D is called “re,” etc., ...

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    • IPA[fikst]

    美式

    • adj.
      fastened securely in position: a fixed iron ladder down the port side

    Oxford American Dictionary