Definition of fixer in English:

fixer

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Pronunciation: /ˈfɪksə
 
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noun

1A person who makes arrangements for other people, especially of an illicit or devious kind.
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  • In any case, conference arrangements fixers had enabled Labour's vociferous anti-war faction - and the union opposition to private sector involvement in the reform of public services - to get their retaliation in first.
  • What about the businesses, the companies, the legitimate American companies that are working with these handlers, these coyotes, these fixers and giving people jobs?
  • That night, a gaggle of reporters and political fixers were travelling on the then Vice President's private jet.
2 [mass noun] A substance used for fixing a photographic image.
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  • If you have had your hands in any chemicals, especially fixer, wash them with soap and dry them well.
  • Subsequent treatment involves stop bath, fixer, wash, and wetting agent rinse, followed by sponging to remove surface silver deposit.
  • Before the real fun begins, discuss with the class the purpose of paper developer, stop bath, fixer and the water wash.

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