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    Could I say "I will fix up you a meeting with president." or "I will fix up a meeting with president for you."?

    fix up = arrange ?

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    Default Re: fix up

    Quote Originally Posted by Soox View Post
    Could I say "I will fix up you a meeting with president." or "I will fix up a meeting with president for you."?

    fix up = arrange ?
    Why not use "arrange"? It seems more appropriate. "I'll fix up a hooker for you, if you like" is a better context for that term.

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