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Affixed

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Adjective

1. affixed

firmly attached

Example Sentences:
'the affixed labels'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Affixed

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verb (əˈfɪks ) (tr; usually foll by to or on)
1. 
to attach, fasten, join, or stick
to affix a poster to the wall
2. 
to add or append
to affix a signature to a document
3. 
to attach or attribute (guilt, blame, etc)
noun (ˈæfɪks )
4. grammar
a linguistic element added to a word or root to produce a derived or inflected form: -ment in establishment is a derivational affix; -s in drowns is an inflectional affix
See also prefix, suffix, infix
5. 
something fastened or attached; appendage

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Affixed

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verb transitive
1. 
to fasten; attach
to affix a label to a bottle
2. 
to add at the end; append
noun
3. 
a thing affixed
4.  Linguistics
a prefix, suffix, or infix

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Affixed

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tr.v. af·fixed, af·fix·ing, af·fix·es
1. To secure to something; attach: affix a label to a package.
2. To impute; attribute: affix blame to him.
3. To place at the end; append: affix a postscript to a letter.
4. Linguistics To add as an affix.
n. (ăfĭks)
1. Something that is attached, joined, or added; an appendage or addition.
2. Linguistics A word element, such as a prefix or suffix, that can only occur attached to a base, stem, or root.

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