fixed S3 W3 /fɪkst/ BrE AmE adjective
1 . [not before noun] firmly fastened to a particular position
a mirror fixed to the bathroom wall
2 . fixed times, amounts, meanings etc cannot be changed SYN set :
The classes begin and end at fixed times.
My contract was for a fixed term of five years.
interest at 10%, fixed for 5 years
3 . have fixed ideas/opinions to have very definite ideas or opinions that you will not change – often used to show disapproval
have fixed ideas/opinions about/on
He has very fixed ideas about how a wife should behave.
4 . how are you fixed for something? spoken used to ask someone how much of something they have, or to ask about an arrangement:
How are you fixed for cash?
How are we fixed for Monday?
5 . a fixed smile, expression etc does not show any emotion or does not show how someone really feels
6 . be of/have no fixed abode/address British English law to not have a permanent place to live