how are you fixed for

how are you fixed for
do you have enough? how many do you have?
  

How are you fixed for diapers? May I borrow one?


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  • how are you fixed for something? — how are you, etc. ˈfixed (for sth)? idiom (informal) used to ask how much of sth a person has, or to ask about arrangements • How are you fixed for cash? • How are we fixed for Saturday (= have we arranged to do anything) …   Useful english dictionary

  • how are you fixed? — how are you, etc. ˈfixed (for sth)? idiom (informal) used to ask how much of sth a person has, or to ask about arrangements • How are you fixed for cash? • How are we fixed for Saturday (= have we arranged to do anything) …   Useful english dictionary

  • how someone is fixed for something — spoken phrase used for talking about whether someone has enough of something or has the thing they need How are you fixed for time on Monday? Thesaurus: to find, or to have enough time for somethingsynonym Main entry: fixed …   Useful english dictionary

  • how someone is fixed for something — spoken used for talking about whether someone has enough of something or has the thing they need How are you fixed for time on Monday? …   English dictionary

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