fixed
I (securely placed) adjective anchored, certus, fast, fastened, firm, firmly established, firmly implanted, firmly seated, firmly set, immovable, irremovable, made fast, permanent, rendered stable, rigid, secure, set, solid, sound, stable, steadfast, steady, tethered, tight II (settled) adjective arranged, changeless, closed, decided, definite, determined, entrenched, established, not fluctuating, not varying, permanent, predetermined, prescribed, rooted, unchangeable, unchanging, unshifting, unvarying, unwavering, well established associated concepts: fixed asset, fixed by law, fixed capital, fixed costs, fixed income, fixed liability, fixed salary, fixed term, fixed time III index absolute (conclusive), accustomed (customary), attached (annexed), certain (specific), constant, conventional, customary, definite, definitive, deliberate, durable, express, firm, formal, habitual, immutable, inappealable, indelible, inevitable, inextricable, inflexible, ingrained, inherent, inveterate, irrevocable, limited, necessary (inescapable), ordinary, permanent, perpetual, positive (prescribed), prescriptive, regular (orderly), resolute, rigid, routine, secure (sound), serious (devoted), several (separate), situated, stable, standing, stated, static, statutory, steadfast, traditional, unalienable, unalterable, unavoidable (inevitable), unavoidable (not voidable), unbending, unyielding

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  • fixed — W3S3 [fıkst] adj 1.) [not before noun] firmly fastened to a particular position fixed to/in/on ▪ a mirror fixed to the bathroom wall 2.) fixed times, amounts, meanings etc cannot be changed = ↑set ▪ The classes begin and end at fixed times. ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Fixed — (f[i^]kst), a. 1. Securely placed or fastened; settled; established; firm; imovable; unalterable. [1913 Webster] 2. (Chem.) Stable; non volatile. [1913 Webster] {Fixed air} (Old Chem.), carbonic acid or carbon dioxide; so called by Dr. Black… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fixed — [ fıkst ] adjective ** 1. ) something such as an amount, date, or time that is fixed has been agreed on and will not change: a fixed price The contract is for a fixed period of three years. The interest rate on the loan is fixed. a ) a fixed… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fixed — [fɪkst] adjective not movable or changeable: • Consumers spend a fixed amount on books regardless of price changes. • The option of converting gold at a fixed price had been cancelled. compare flexible * * * fixed UK US /fɪkst/ adjective ► a …   Financial and business terms

  • Fixed — Ремиксовый альбом Nine Inch Nails …   Википедия

  • fixed — [fikst] adj. 1. firmly placed or attached; not movable 2. established; settled; set [a fixed price] 3. steady; unmoving; resolute [a fixed purpose] 4. remaining in the same position relative to the earth [a fixed satellite] 5. persisting… …   English World dictionary

  • Fixed — may refer to:* Fixed (EP), sound recording by Nine Inch Nails * Fixed (typeface) * Fixed line telephone landline * Fixed point (mathematics) * Fixed, subjected to neutering See also * Fix * Fixer …   Wikipedia

  • Fixed — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Fixed EP de Nine Inch Nails Publicación 7 de diciembre de 1992 Grabación Matrix, Londres …   Wikipedia Español

  • Fixed — est l album de remix du mini album Broken de Nine Inch Nails. Fixed signifie en anglais réparé, répondant donc au titre Broken (cassé). Le premier pressage du disque était limité à environ 60000 copies, mais face à son succès, le disque a été re… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • fixed — [adj1] permanent, steady anchored, attached, established, fast, firm, hitched, hooked, immobile, immotile, immovable, located, locked, made fast, nailed*, quiet, rigid, rooted, secure, set, settled, situated, solid, stable, steadfast, stiff,… …   New thesaurus

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