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fixture in Buildings topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfixturefix‧ture /ˈfɪkstʃə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 British EnglishDSGAME/MATCH a sports match that has been arranged for a particular time and place a list of this season’s fixtures2 [usually plural]DHFTBB a piece of equipment that is fixed inside a house or building and is sold as part of the house light fixturesfixtures and fittings British English (=all the equipment that is normally included as part of a house or building when it is sold)3 be a (permanent) fixture
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fixtureOur super results and fixtures service will keep you up-to-date with all the action.Bathrooms retain old-fashioned yet appealing tiles and fixtures.President Robert Zeitsiff, who sent the handyman the catalog, said that the firm makes custom fixtures as well.I've got a plain TeX version of Leeds' league fixtures for this season all nicely done in a ruled table.Bidets are scarcely inexpensive, ranging from $ 250 to $ 800 just for the fixture.If the fixture list is so crowded it would be one way of freeing some space.The seller should also be asked to fill in the fixtures, fittings and contents questionnaire and the property information form.fixtures and fittingsThe interior is superb with much teak panelling, brass fixtures and fittings.For instance, it's up to you to dismantle self assembly furniture and take down curtains, fixtures and fittings.The room itself and all its fixtures and fittings are so filthy as to be almost picturesque.Provisions against redundancies and the write-off of fixtures and fittings is one element in the £50m-£55m bill for exceptional costs.There is now a large range of fixtures and fittings from which to choose.A disused Victorian toilet block, with many of the original fixtures and fittings still in tact.The seller must be asked whether any of the fixtures and fittings are subject to hire purchase or loan agreements.Consider your fixtures and fittings and ask how to guard against damage to property.