To repair something that is broken.
Past Participle form
Every day I fix my broken phone.
She fixes her chair every morning before she can use it.
A: Will you fix the window today?
B: I can't today but could look at it tomorrow.
A: Tomorrow is fine but it has to be done tomorrow.
He fixed the computer before he went to work.
My dad is very good at DIY. He fixed everything in my house.
A: Last night I fixed the door on the fridge.
B: Oh great, thank you.
A: It actually didn't take that long.
B: You should have done it earlier then.
I'm fixing my bike.
We're fixing our old car today before we sell it.
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm fixing my laptop.
A: I didn't know you could do that?
B: Yes, I learnt at school.
I've fixed my phone!
They've fixed the lights in the restaurant.
A: Have you fixed your son's toy?
B: Kind of. I've fixed it as best I can.
A: Does it work?
B: Yes, but it doesn't look great.