affix to

affix (something) to

To stick or fasten something on another object. Please affix stamps to these envelopes and then drop them in the mailbox.
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affix something to someone or something

to fasten or attach something to someone or something. Please affix these tags to your luggage.
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Manufacturers will buy a certain quantity of excise stamps from the government at their excise value which they are then obliged to affix to every packet of cigarettes.
A third measure proposed by Baayen (1993: 192) quantifies the notion of degree of productivity in terms of the contribution of a given affix to the growth rate of the vocabulary as a whole.
To help identify the yard waste recycling cans, residents will be provided with two bright yellow yard decals to affix to their personal cans.
They also produced labels that affix to the packaging on each pallet indicating which charity is benefiting from the program.
Apart from the semantic polarity of -ino and -one on their respective scales of smallness and bigness, which makes them more transparent and efficient, an interesting and important phenomenon has been discussed, both relevant within cumulations and recursions, whereby the closer affix to the base word is semantically more salient over the other affixes, owing to its greater indexical efficiency.
Packer Pals(TM), a line of children's clothing with plush endangered animal puppets that affix to the backs of jackets and vests, fosters concern for endangered species.