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fix
British English: /fɪks/
American English: /fɪks/

Translation of fix in Italian:

noun

  • 3 (means of identification) See examples:to take a fix on (Aviation, Nautical) to get a fix on something [figurative]
    circoscrivere o inquadrare qualcosa
    let's get a fix on the problem
  • 4 [informal] (rigged arrangement) See examples:it was a fix
    era (tutto) combinato

transitive verb

  • 2 (organize)
    (meeting, trip, visit)
    (drink, meal, snack)
    to fix one's hair
    mettersi a posto o sistemarsi i capelli
    to fix one's face [informal]
    sistemarsi il trucco
    how are we fixed for time, money?
    come siamo messi col tempo, con i soldi?
    how are you fixed for tonight, next week?
    come sei messo per stasera, per la prossima settimana?
  • 6 [informal]
    (rig, corrupt) (contest, election, match)
    (judge, jury, witness)
  • 7 [informal] (get even with)
    saldare i conti con, sistemare
    (bully, criminal)
    I'll soon fix him (for you)!
  • 8 (Art, Biology, Chemistry, Photography)

intransitive verb

[informal]
  • (inject oneself)
    farsi, bucarsi

Phrasal verbs

fix on

fix upon:

1 fix on [something]
(person, place, food, object)
(date, time, venue, amount)
2 fix on [something], fix [something] on (attach)

fix up:

1 fix up [something], fix [something] up 1.1 (organize)
(holiday, meeting)
to fix up to do
stabilire di fare
it's all fixed up
è tutto organizzato
1.2 (decorate) he fixed up the bedroom as a study 1.3 (construct, put up)
(notice)
(amateurishly) (shelter, storage)
2 fix somebody up with something
(accommodation, drink, equipment, vehicle)
(ticket, pass, meal, document)
3 fix somebody up with somebody (American English) [informal]
fare un combino

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