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(To) be in a fix


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The meaning of the phrase '(To) be in a fix' is totally confused or baffled

Sample Usage

1. I am totally in a fix in the matter and don't know what to do.

2. Tomorrow is the last date for submission of college fee and she has no money, she is really in a fix.

3. He was in a fix whether to accept the new offer or to remain in his old job.


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