Synonyms of 'fixed'
1 inflexibleDictionary, set, steady
people who have fixed ideas about things
They viewed him as stubborn, inflexible and dogmatic.
He was firm and steady, unlike other men she knew.
a decisive and resolute international leader
She has been encouraged by the unwavering support of her family.
The armed forces had pledged their unflinching support and loyalty.
an expressionless, unblinking stare
her unbending opposition to the old regime
2 immovableDictionary, set, established
Nato was concentrating on hitting buildings and other fixed structures.
It was declared unsafe because the support bars were immovable.
Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
a deeply rooted prejudice
a permanent job
rigid plastic containers
3 falseDictionary, fake, feigned
I had a fixed grin on my face.
4 agreedDictionary, set, planned
The deal was settled at a prearranged fixed price.
in working order
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If people are agreed on something, they have reached a joint decision on it or have the same opinion about it.
There is a discount if goods do not arrive by the agreed time.
She is very definite about her feelings.
A fake fur or a fake painting, for example, is a fur or painting that has been made to look valuable or genuine, usually in order to deceive people.
The bank manager is said to have issued fake certificates.
Thesaurus for fixed from the Collins English Thesaurus
You use fixed to describe something which stays the same and does not or cannot vary .