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noun [countable]     fixture pronunciation in British English
/ˈfɪkstʃə(r)/
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pluralfixtures
  1. 1
    a piece of furniture or equipment that is fixed in its place and is considered part of the building, and so you do not take it with you when you move. Something that is fixed but can be moved is called a fitting
    become a fixture:

    Their display could become a fixture of the show.

  2. 2
    British a sports event that happens at a regular time and place

    The club is having to play all its fixtures away from home.

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