英 ['fɪkstʃə; -tjə]
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- fixture (n.)
- 1590s, "act of fixing," perhaps from fix (v.) on model of mixture, or from an assumed Latin *fixitatem. Meaning "anything fixed or securely fastened" is from 1812, an alteration of fixure (c. 1600).
- 1. The couple quickly became a fixture of society pages.
- 2. The fixture ended in a goalless draw.
- 3. City won this fixture 3-0 last season.
- 4. She was a fixture in New York'snightclubs.
- 5. Saturday's fixture against Liverpool
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