how are you fixed?

how are you fixed?
how are you, etc. ˈfixed (for sth)? idiom
(informal) used to ask how much of sth 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)

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