|able to be repaired, can be fixed, mendable, can be corrected||reparable|
|A common gauge of the price sensitivity of a fixed income asset or portfolio to a change in interest rates.||Duration|
|A hybrid between a fixed-rate and adjustable rate mortgage, whereby the borrower has the option to match the current mortgage rate, which then becomes fixed for the rest of the term. This reduction is usually allowed if rates drop more than 2% in a year.||Reduction-Option Loan (ROL)|
|A unit investmenttrust featuring a fixed portfolio containing high-grade securities and other investments, usually with monthly distribution of income.||Corporate income fund (CIF)|
|absolutely set on something, clear, decisive; limited; specific, fixed, obvious, with clear limits, with clear outline, with terminal flower||definite|
|accepted as a fixed basis of comparison; having trust, based on trust, founded on trust, resembling legal trust, used as basis of reference||fiducial|
|acquire something, assured, ensure payment for something, assure; obtain, procure; protect, defend; fortify, strengthen; lock, fasten, firmly fixed, fix something firmly, guarantee, make something safe, make something safe for secret communications, ma...||secure|
|act of discovering something, decision on course of action, end of estate, interest, or right, firm decision; decisiveness, resolution; definition, firmness of purpose, fixed purpose, qualifying of concept, settlement of dispute or contest, stage in de...||determination|
|act of fixing, correction, act of mending, act of going somewhere, atone for something, condition of something, fix or mend something, correct a problem or malfunction, go somewhere, job of mending something, meeting place, repaired item, restore relat...||repair|
|act or instance of vacating, break from work, fixed holiday period, go on holiday, take a vacation, fixed time in which public establishments (government offices, schools, etc.) and regular businesses cease their regular activities; period of time away...||vacation|
|act or process of becoming fixed, growth of roots, plant roots||rootage|
|activity fitted to somebody, long narrow channel, furrow; routine, habit, fixed way of doing things, make a groove, make furrows or channels, cut a groove in; enjoy oneself; interact harmoniously, musical beat, narrow passage, play music rhythmically, ...||groove|
|adequate amount, allot, allocate, distribute in fixed quantities, amount of food officially allocated, fixed amount allocated to an individual, limit quantity available to somebody, portion, allotment, allocated quantity; single serving of food, indivi...||ration|
|advantage or usefulness of something, distance in miles, miles vehicle travels on fuel, number of miles vehicle has traveled, travel allowance at fixed rate||mileage; milage|
|affected by ice, chilled until solid; cold, chilly; covered in ice; made cold until solid, extremely cold, fixed, freeze, immobile, not to be sold, preserved by freezing, with ice||frozen|
|allotted time, be miserly, deny, fixed amount of work; period of time; limitation, restriction, economize, skimp; be frugal, shore bird, stop, stoppage||stint|
|altered, corrected, edited||revised|
|always occurring on the same date, building or land, fixed in place, cannot be moved; unchangeable, unalterable; unyielding, uncompromising, of fixed opinion, unable to be moved||immovable|
|An arrangement whereby two companies lend to each other on different terms, e.g. in different currencies, and/or at different interest rates, fixed or floating.||Swap|
|ancestor, base of something, basic part of a word, be based, be fixed, cause, dig in the ground with the snout, embedded body part, end of a nerve, feeling of belonging, foundation of a chord, grow roots, lend support to somebody, number multiplied by ...||root|
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