- (in sport) dishonestly determine the outcome of a specific part of (a match or game) before it is played
verb: spot-fix, 3rd person present: spot-fixes, gerund or present participle: spot-fixing, past tense: spot-fixed, past participle: spot-fixed
- 1. (in sport) dishonestly determine the outcome of a specific part of (a match or game) before it is played:
footage appeared to show umpires negotiating deals to spot-fix matches
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