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British if you are fixed up to do something, you have arranged to do it
to be available to do something at a particular time
to organize the things relating to your personal life, for example your financial situation, especially so that there will not be any difficulties after you die
to do the things that you normally do
to try to return to a normal life after a difficult experience
to return to a situation that existed before something went wrong
to do one thing or be in one place for some of the time, and to do another thing or be in another place for the rest of the time
to improve the way that you behave or do things, especially before criticizing how other people behave or do things
to get organized
to organize your life or work in a better way, especially by having clear goals and a plan for achieving them
a marketing strategy which deceives people by trying to suggest that a business is motivated by principles of sharing rather than conventional profits
a small tanker for fuel or water
open/agreeable/able to be communicated with via text
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