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  2. FIX | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

    dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/fix

    fix noun (AWKWARD SITUATION) [ C usually singular ] informal an awkward or difficult situation: I'm in a bit of a fix with the arrangements. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases fix noun (SOLUTION) a solution to a problem: She says the problem is not a new one, and the fix would be easy enough for a government to achieve, if it were willing.

  3. fix ( fɪks) vb ( mainly tr) 1. ( also intr) to make or become firm, stable, or secure 2. to attach or place permanently: fix the mirror to the wall. 3. ( often foll by up) to settle definitely; decide: let us fix a date. 4. to hold or direct (eyes, attention, etc) steadily: he fixed his gaze on the woman. 5. to call to attention or rivet

  4. fix - English-Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com

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    in a fix adj. informal (in difficult situation) en apuros, en aprietos loc adv. (AR, coloquial) enquilombado adj. I was in a fix because I had to be in two places at the same time. put [sb] in a fix v expr. informal (make situation difficult) poner en un brete, meter en un lío loc verb.

  5. What is FIX? • FIX Trading Community v1.8

    www.fixtrading.org/what-is-fix

    The Financial Information eXchange (FIX®) Protocol has revolutionised the trading environment, proving fundamental in facilitating many of the electronic trading trends that have emerged over the past decade.

  6. Fix Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    fix / ( fɪks) / verb (mainly tr) (also intr) to make or become firm, stable, or secure to attach or place permanently fix the mirror to the wall (often foll by up) to settle definitely; decide let us fix a date to hold or direct (eyes, attention, etc) steadily he fixed his gaze on the woman noun informal a predicament; dilemma

  7. Why Stitch Fix Stock Popped Today | The Motley Fool

    www.fool.com/investing/2023/01/31/why-stitch-fix...

    Shares of Stitch Fix ( SFIX 17.00%) jumped today, even though there was no news out on the online styling service. Instead, the stock seemed to go higher because it's seen as a potential AI play ...

  8. 'Good chance' for bipartisan fix to PFAS problem, GOP chair says

    madison.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/good...

    That could include Evers' request for more than $100 million in increased spending on testing and other resources directed toward PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, said Sen. Rob Cowles, chair of the Senate committee on natural resources and energy. "Without knowing all the fine points, I think we have a good chance of making it ...

  9. FIX | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

    dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/fix

    fix noun (AWKWARD SITUATION) [ C usually singular ] informal an awkward or difficult situation: I'm in a bit of a fix with the arrangements. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases fix noun (SOLUTION) a solution to a problem: She says the problem is not a new one, and the fix would be easy enough for a government to achieve, if it were willing.

  10. Nissan and Renault Fix One Problem, Leave Others - WSJ

    www.wsj.com/articles/nissan-and-renault-fix-one...

    A new era for the unhappy marriage of Nissan and Renault brings hope but also complications. On Monday, the two auto makers announced a shake-up of the cross-shareholdings that underpin their ...

  11. Fashion Weeks are Unsustainable. Can Strict Rules Fix That?

    www.nytimes.com/2023/01/31/style/copenhagen...

    Jan. 31, 2023, 3:00 p.m. ET. Fashion weeks are wasteful. One 15-minute runway presentation in Paris, London, Milan or New York can take six months to create, and moments after the lights come up ...