Definition of fix someone's wagon in English:

fix someone's wagon

  • Bring about a person’s downfall or spoil their chances of success.
    More example sentences
    • We shall fix his wagon at some stage but for now he's draining my creative juices and Gill's too.
    • He tells them both that's he gonna fix their wagon for good, and you just know he means it.
    • The old soldier, who learned a long time ago to recognize deception and diversion, is gonna fix their wagon.
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