Translation of fixture in Spanish:

fixture

Pronunciation: /ˈfɪkstʃər; ˈfɪkstʃə(r)/

noun/nombre

  • 1 1.1 (in building)[ elemento de la instalación, como los artefactos del baño, cocina etc ]
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    • Cathedral ceilings, antique light fixtures and furniture that looked as though it had come straight from the twenties.
    • Kitchen cabinets, light fixtures and switches had been removed and thrown on the floor, and a window had been knocked out.
    • Other products include lighting fixtures and wall panels.
    1.2 (permanent feature) parte (feminine) integrante she's become a permanent fixture here [humorous/humorístico] ya forma parte del mobiliario [humorous/humorístico]
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    • He didn't foresee, though, that the farce would become a permanent fixture in our cultural life.
    • A permanent fixture in the right back role, Fleming had a deserved testimonial awarded by his club at the start of this season.
    • A permanent fixture in his life for decades, Gerald, now 74, has been building sheds since he was a child.
  • 2 (British English/inglés británico) [Sport/Deporte] encuentro (masculine) the concert became an annual fixture el concierto se convirtió en un acontecimiento anual
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    • The midweek snow had a devastating effect on the fixture list.
    • Why not arrange the fixture for a Wednesday at 7.30 pm and give everyone decent notice.
    • He wrote to the leading clubs of the time putting forward a proposal that they should combine to arrange home and away fixtures each season - and thus the seeds of The Football League were sown.

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