fixed - definition and synonyms

 
 
adjective 

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/fɪkst/
  1. 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.

    1. b.
      a fixed idea or opinion does not change although it may be wrong

      My mother has fixed ideas about how to bring up children.

  2. 2
    something that is fixed is fastened in one position so that it does not move

    Make sure bookcases are securely fixed to the wall in case of earthquake.

    These fixed curtains cannot be fully opened.

  3. 3
    if something such as a game or election is fixed, it is dishonestly arranged so that it has the result that someone wants