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- v. To provide (someone) (with something); to furnish.
- v. To repair or refurbish.
- v. To prepare or provide (something).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. find (something or someone) for
- v. make arrangements for
Sorry, no etymologies found.
We, why we ist eat out of our hands or off a old drygoods box, and when we fix up a lot, we have newspaper.
Frank undertook to help Martha and his mother fix up the garret; but finding in one corner of it a half dozen Baer's Almanacs, filled, he said, with "nice picters," and a pile of Village Records that had been lain away there, the services he rendered were not of a very satisfactory character.
Mrs. Papadakis, you make out your check for $5,000, and I'll make this over to you and go over to the bank and fix up the deposits.
We're going to put in for the night right here and if there isn't anybody there who can fix up your machinery then you'll have to stay until to-morrow morning when we can take you on to Sacket's Harbor.
"Well now, come, I'll make a bargain with you; I'll engage to fix up a scup for you, if you'll give me a kiss."
Have Stan’s friend fix up another car for us, get a lot more scuba stuff from the guy on Long Island, break through the fence all over again that they’ve probably got people watching now, go down in there without Ping-Pong balls?
Years after his theft was discovered Smirnov explained that his motives for carrying out his nuclear heist were quite pedestrian: “Mainly because I just wanted a little bit of money, to get a few material things; a refrigerator; a gas stove; fix up the apartment.”
In 1972, he opened Mac’s Records, and helped found the Westside Business Improvement Association, pledging to fix up what he calls his “little corner of the world.”
Under Nunn-Lugar, America basically provided the resources to fix up those systems, and although the program caused some consternation to those accustomed to Cold War thinking, it has proven to be one of the most important investments we could have made to protect ourselves from catastrophe.
Rumbold tells me that Winton’ll leak like a basket if we don’t fix up the roof.