Göz merceğiniz içindeki baskıyı ölçmeliyiz. Lütfen iki gözünüzü genişçe açın ve sabit bir şekilde buradaki bu objeye bakın. - We have to measure your intraocular pressure. Please open both eyes wide and look fixedly at this object here.
It rained before we repaired the roof, and were we in a fix!.
To make a contest, vote, or gamble unfair; to privilege one contestant or a particular group of contestants, usually before the contest begins
A majority of voters believed the election was fixed in favor of the incumbent.
To make a business of getting paid to arrange immunity for defendants by tampering with the justice system via bribery or extortionSutherland, Edwin H. (ed) (1937): The Professional Thief: by a Professional Thief. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
You can refer to a solution to a problem as a fix. Many of those changes could just be a temporary fix. see also quick fix
Federal Internet Exchange Connection point between the North American governmental internets and the Internet The FIXs are named after their geographic region, as in FIX West (Mountain View, California) and FIX East (College Park, Maryland) See CIX, GIX, and MAE
To put in order; to arrange; to dispose of; to adjust; to set to rights; to set or place in the manner desired or most suitable; hence, to repair; as, to fix the clothes; to fix the furniture of a room
If someone fixes a gun, camera, or radar on something, they point it at that thing. The US crew fixed its radar on the Turkish ship
If you fix something for someone, you arrange for it to happen or you organize it for them. I've fixed it for you to see Bonnie Lachlan It's fixed. He's going to meet us at the airport They thought that their relatives would be able to fix the visas He vanished after you fixed him with a job We fixed for the team to visit our headquarters They'd fixed yesterday that Mike'd be in late today
To make a contest, vote, or gamble unfair; to privilege one contestant, usually before the content happens
take vengeance on or get even; "We'll get them!"; "That'll fix him good!"; "This time I got him"
If you fix a problem or a bad situation, you deal with it and make it satisfactory. It's not too late to fix the problem, although time is clearly getting short Fixing a 40-year-old wrong does not mean, however, that history can be undone
cause to be firmly attached; "fasten the lock onto the door"; "she fixed her gaze on the man"
You can use fix to refer to an amount of something which a person gets or wants and which helps them physically or psychologically to survive. The trouble with her is she needs her daily fix of publicity. a quick energy fix
If you fix some food or a drink for someone, you make it or prepare it for them. Sarah fixed some food for us Let me fix you a drink Scotty stayed behind to fix lunch
kill, preserve, and harden (tissue) in order to prepare for microscopic study set or place definitely; "Let's fix the date for the party!
If you get a fix on someone or something, you have a clear idea or understanding of them. It's been hard to get a steady fix on what's going on
Federal Internet Exchange A connection point between the North American governmental internets and the Internet The FIXs are named after their geographic regions, as in "FIX West" (Mountain View, California) and "FIX East" (College Park, Maryland) See CIX and GIX
Federal Internet Exchange, a network of exchange points that interconnect federal government networks
If you fix something, for example a date, price, or policy, you decide and say exactly what it will be. He's going to fix a time when I can see him The prices of milk and cereals, are fixed annually. = set
restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
1 To find a boat's position by celestial or land observation; 2 A boat's position as marked on a chart, established by taking bearings on two or more known landmark's (visual fix) or two or more radio sources (electronic fix)
To render (an impression) permanent by treating with such applications as will make it insensible to the action of light
If you fix your hair, clothes, or make-up, you arrange or adjust them so you look neat and tidy, showing you have taken care with your appearance. `I've got to fix my hair,' I said and retreated to my bedroom
The Financial Information Exchange (FIX) protocol is a messaging standard developed for the real-time electronic exchange of securities transactional data between institutional investors and broker-dealers
A known position, obtained by sighting of objects of known position and applying their bearings from your position, or by close proximity to the known location itself, or by application of other ingenious methods developed over the centuries by sailors and mathematicians
Financial Information Exchange, a proposed standard for communicating order and trade information between investors and brokers
If you say that you are fixing to do something, you mean that you are planning or intending to do it. I'm fixing to go to graduate school see also fixed, fixings
Old English term for a gerb that is not a turning case Very often these gerbs had a "bounce"
disapproval If you accuse someone of fixing prices, you accuse them of making unfair arrangements to charge a particular price for something, rather than allowing market forces to decide it. a suspected cartel that had fixed the price of steel for the construction market The company is currently in dispute with the government over price fixing
I'm in a fix A predicament The allusion is to machinery which will not move The Northumberland was in a terrible fix at the launch, when it refused to leave the dock (1866 )
In navigation, a relatively accurate position determined without reference to any former position It may be classed as visual, sonic, celestial, electronic, radio, hyperbolic, loran, radar, etc , depending upon the means of establishing it
an exemption granted after influence (e g , money) is brought to bear; "collusion resulted in tax fixes for gamblers"
disapproval If someone fixes a race, election, contest, or other event, they make unfair or illegal arrangements or use deception to affect the result. They offered opposing players bribes to fix a decisive league match against Valenciennes this week's report of match-fixing. = rig Fix is also a noun. It's all a fix, a deal they've made
To cause injury, distress, or inconvenience to someone, especially as punishment or as a comeuppance
According to Mr Breeden, Lord Black said that the libel laws in the UK and Canada would permit him to sue and indicated he would go after the houses of board members. . . . He was going to fix their wagon good, said Mr Breeden.
A solution to violations of a clause in the United States Constitution that prevents sitting members of Congress being appointed to jobs created for them or for which the salary was increased while they were in office
Someone who is of no fixed address, or in British English no fixed abode, does not have a permanent place to live. They are not able to get a job interview because they have no fixed address He's of no fixed abode and we found him on the streets. see also fix
You use fixed to describe something which stays the same and does not or cannot vary. They issue a fixed number of shares that trade publicly Tickets will be printed with fixed entry times Many restaurants offer fixed-price menus. = set
"frozen prices"; "living on fixed incomes" directed with intense concentration; "a fixed stare"; "an intent gaze" (of a number) having a fixed and unchanging value securely placed or fastened or set; "a fixed piece of wood"; "a fixed resistor" specified in advance; "a given number"; "we will meet at a given time and location" fixed and unmoving; "with eyes set in a fixed glassy stare"; "his bearded face already has a set hollow look"- Connor Cruise O'Brien; "a face rigid with pain
If you stare fixedly at someone or something, you look at them steadily and continuously for a period of time. I stared fixedly at the statue = intently. without looking at or thinking about anything else stare/gaze/look fixedly at sth
The "Fixing" rates are published daily on our Web Site at approximately 13 00 hours Western European Time These rates are based on the Bundesbank Deutsche Mark daily fixings, which are official rates made available to the local German financial markets for various commercial transactions The fixing rates will closely resemble current market prices available at that time and are used by Currency Trends as the fundamental comparison to our daily published Trend Reverse Levels These "Fixings" may be found on the home page of our Web Site www currencytrends com and are published daily
A method of determining rates by normally finding a rate that balances buyers to sellers Such a process occurs either once or twic daily at defined times Used by some currencies particularly for establishing tourist rates The system is also used in the London Bullion market
A method of determining rates by normally finding a rate that balances buyers to sellers Such a process occurs either once or twice daily at defined times The system is used in the London Bullion market
Chemical action following development to remove unexposed silver halides, to make the image stable and insensitive to further exposure It must be noted here that if inadequate washing is done after fixing it will accelerate the degeneration of the print or film quality more so than usually occur over a given length of time
Fixing describes the process of dye or paint attaching to fibers of the material This is done in many ways such as ironing, using soda ash fixer, steaming, using a fixative, etc Each dye and paint has its own method for fixing
The driver recognizes and interprets multiple read/write attempts as a potential for data failure It verifies problem areas on the disk and reallocates the "bad" data blocks to "good" ones Preventing data errors before they occur is important to the smooth operation of any network A good driver will prevent both read and write soft or hard errors
locating of radio transmitter (which is at the point of intersection) by bearings taken from 2 or more direction finding stations; location of a ship or plane by determining the direction of radio signals that arrive to the ship or plane from 2 or more sending stations the locations of which are known
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