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What is another word for fix?

Need synonyms for fix? Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead.

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To mend or repair
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“We will do what we can to fix what has been broken.”
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To put securely in place or in the desired position
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Fix the shelf to the wall above the curtain track using the brackets.”
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To reach a decision or agreement about
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“Let's fix a time and date to get together again to discuss this.”
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To manipulate or influence an event
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“Helena firmly believed she would have won if her opponent did not fix the results.”
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To focus on, usually of one's vision or thoughts
“I would unwittingly fix my gaze on her gaudy new dress.”
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To prepare or make in advance
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“I think you should just relax and let me fix dinner.”
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To wreak vengeance on
“Jimmy hired Tony to fix his former accountant, who had embezzled him out of millions of dollars.”
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To firmly embed
“Her poignant words would remain fixed in my memory for years to come.”
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To organize or make arrangements for
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“Could you fix everything to ensure that there are no unexpected complications?”
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(of one's physical presentation) To groom or put in order
“I had to fix my hair after it was ruffled by a strong gust of wind.”
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To take an injection of a narcotic drug
“The two addicts looked for a secluded place where they could fix.”
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To remove the reproductive organs of
“The dog has been taken to the vet to be fixed.”
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To bring about or cause something to happen
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To sow or place in one's consciousness
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To deprive of sexual attributes or characteristics
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To strengthen or reaffirm in rank or position
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To establish or make a determination on the nature of someone or something
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To keep within certain limits
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To make or become harder or thicker in texture
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To set up, establish or initiate (something)
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To use a narcotic in order to make (someone) drowsy or insensible
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To mark out the boundary or limits of
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To hold (something) at a fixed level or in a fixed state for a period of time
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To evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of
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To issue, establish or apply as a charge, fine or penalty
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To hold or engage the attention of
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To inject a vaccine with a syringe
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To fix one's attention at something or someone
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To offset or counterbalance
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To pierce with a sharp implement or weapon
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To fit or replace a heel on a shoe or boot
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To decorate (something) with hanging objects
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To affix or impress a pattern or mark on a surface, object, document, or figuratively in one's mind
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To stare at (someone or something), especially impertinently, amorously, or covetously
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To determine or decide in advance
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To view or represent someone or something in a conventional, formulaic and oversimplified manner
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To administer drugs or medication to
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To stop or halt the movement or progress of
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(slang) To kill or murder someone
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To fiddle with something in an attempt to fix, mend or improve it, especially in an experimental or unskilled manner
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To arrange systematically
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To establish a fact to be true
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Preserve, immortalize
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To set aside for a specific use
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To pay off (a debt or creditor)
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To dope something or someone, especially by giving it a drug
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To adulterate with a substance or drugs
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To bias (the odds) towards a particular outcome
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(rare, usually used in simple past form "had") To trick or deceive
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A measure taken to resolve a problem or correct a mistake
“There really is no easy fix to our dilemma apart from hard work.”
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A difficult or awkward situation from which it is hard to extricate oneself