She was such a fixture at the hotel that she once received a lavish gift and personal apology from Donald J. Trump himself. (via Condé Nast Traveler)
Denis Healey, Fixture in Labour Party, Dies at 98
And the AP on Vidal as a celebrity: "Along with such contemporaries as Norman Mailer and Truman Capote, Vidal was among the last generation of literary writers who were also genuine celebrities—fixtures on talk shows and in gossip columns, personalities of such size and appeal that even those who hadn't read their books knew who they were."
Berlin's iconic subculture art house faces uncertain future
Tacheles is a fixture in every guidebook of Berlin, but the iconic art
house which became a symbol of Berlin's creativity after the Berlin Wall
fell in 1989, is now in danger of being shut down.
The DW-WORLD.DE Article
Google is still in major growth mode," said Jim Beeger, a senior vice president with Colliers International, a commercial realty firm.
Deep in California Forests, an Illicit Business Thrives
By JESSE McKINLEY
Long a fixture of public lands, marijuana “grows” are increasing in California.
Banks Face Big Losses From Bets on Chinese Realty
Anheuser-Busch agreed on Sunday night to sell itself to the Belgian brewer InBev for about $52 billion, putting control of the nation's largest beer maker and a fixture of American culture into a European rival's hands.
- Something securely fixed in place.
- Something attached as a permanent appendage, apparatus, or appliance: plumbing fixtures.
- Law. A chattel bound to realty.
- One that is invariably present in and long associated with a place: a journalist who became a Washington fixture.
- The act or process of fixing.
- The condition of being fixed.
[Variant of obsolete fixure, from Late Latin fīxūra, from Latin fīxus, fixed. See fix.]fixture
n. (名詞 noun)[C]
The owner of the house charged us for fixtures and fittings.
There are two light fixtures on the ceiling.
Professor Jones seems to have become a fixture in that club.
arrange this season's fixtures安排這個季度的競賽項目
- re • al • ty
- ríːəlti | ríəl-
US FOR real estate:
a realty agent
a realty company
1 [C][U]（他人の目に映じる）性格, 性質, 人格, 人柄, 人となり（⇒CHARACTER[類語]）；人間的魅力
a personality clash
2 （諸性質を備えた）人, 人物；名士, 有名人
a television personality
(1) 人格, パーソナリティ.
(1) 人格, パーソナリティ.
a personality test
5 （場所の）雰囲気；（事物の）風格；《地理》地域の特性.6 ((しばしば-ties))((英古風))（非難をこめた）人物批評, あら探し；人身攻撃の言葉.
- cen • trist
- centrists (複数形)
- centrism, （全1件）