How is (one) fixed (for something)?(redirected from how is one fixed)
How is (one) fixed (for something)?
1. Does one have enough of something that one needs? I hope you have a great time in the city this weekend. How are you fixed for money? We need to make sure we have enough servers to accommodate the sudden influx of users. How are we fixed on that front?
2. Is everything prepared or in place (for a particular task, event, or situation)? How is the team fixed for the meeting this Friday? We're expecting a full update on their progress.
How is someone fixed for something?
Is there enough of something? How are you fixed for ketchup? Do you have enough for the picnic?
how are you, etc. ˈfixed (for something)?(spoken) used to ask how much of something 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)?
See also: how