See affixable.

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  • affixer — noun Person or thing that affixes …   Wiktionary

  • affixer — …   Useful english dictionary

  • affix — affixable, adj. affixal /a fik seuhl/, affixial /a fik see euhl/, adj. affixer, n. affixment, n. v. /euh fiks /; n. /af iks/, v.t. 1. to fasten, join, or attach (usually fol. by to): to affix stamps to a letter …   Universalium

  • affix — {{11}}affix (n.) 1610s, from AFFIX (Cf. affix) (v.). {{12}}affix (v.) 1530s, from M.L. affixare, frequentative of L. affigere (pp. affixus) fasten to, attach, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + figere fasten (see FIX (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • affix — verb ə fɪks attach or fasten to something else. noun afɪks Grammar an addition to the base form or stem of a word that modifies its meaning or creates a new word. Derivatives affixation noun Origin ME: from OFr. affixer or med. L. affixare,… …   English new terms dictionary

  • affix — verb (t) /əˈfɪks / (say uh fiks) 1. (sometimes followed by to) to fix; fasten, join, or attach: to affix stamps to a letter. 2. to impress (a seal or stamp). 3. to place (one s signature) on a document. 4. to attach (blame, reproach, ridicule,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • affix — v. & n. 1 (usu. foll. by to, on) attach, fasten. 2 add in writing (a signature or postscript). 3 impress (a seal or stamp). n. 1 an appendage; an addition. 2 Gram. an addition or element placed at the beginning (prefix) or end ({{}}suffix)… …   Useful english dictionary

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