\\əˈfikshən, aˈ-\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Late Latin affixion-, affixio, from Latin affixus (past participle of affigere to fasten to) + -ion-, -io -ion — more at affix
: the act of affixing : the state of being affixed

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  • Affixion — Af*fix ion, n. [L. affixio, fr. affigere.] Affixture. [Obs.] T. Adams. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Affixion — (v. lat.), Anheftung …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • affixion — noun The act of affixing; affixation, affixment, attachment …   Wiktionary

  • affixion — n. conjunction; attachment; addition …   English contemporary dictionary

  • affixion — af·fix·ion …   English syllables

  • affixture — /euh fiks cheuhr/, n. the act of affixing; attachment. Also, affixation. [1785 95; b. obs. affixion (see AFFIX, ION) and FIXTURE] * * * …   Universalium

  • patibulary — adjective Pertaining to the gallows or hanging. Masius [...] conceiveth thereby some kind of crucifixion, at least some patibulary affixion after he was slain, and so represented unto the people until toward the evening …   Wiktionary

  • прикрепление — — [А.С.Гольдберг. Англо русский энергетический словарь. 2006 г.] Тематики энергетика в целом EN affixion …   Справочник технического переводчика

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