- fixings (n.)
- "apparatus," 1820, American English, from fixing "act of putting in order" (c. 1600), verbal noun from fix (v.). American English sense of "food, garnishing" is attested from 1839.
- 1. Have you got all the screws and fixings you need?
- 2. Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
- 3. a hamburger with all the fixings
- 4. He bought a hot dog and had it covered with all the fixings.
- 5. We had turkey and all the fixings for Thanksgiving dinner.
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