Pronunciation of In-Fix
/ɪnfˈɪks/, /ɪnfˈɪks/, /ɪ_n_f_ˈɪ_k_s/
Antonyms for in-fix
go, disturb, unfasten, Unfix, unseal, soften, stay off, take out, lose, leave alone, disarrange, get out, finish, keep, displace, extract, ascend, thin, detach, ignore, Unstick, break, Unlink, discourage, erase, weaken, unlock, aid, upset, dig up, disjoin, disconnect, halt, eat out, destroy, hurt, corrupt, melt, loosen, help, hold, loose, assist, unhitch, rise, leave, remove, drain, confuse, neglect, refuse, look away, forget, unlace, miss, disorder, stop, allow, misplace, end, liquefy, subtract, divide, move, unsettle, disorganize, unchain, change, depart, permit, dissuade, untie, take away, close, withdraw, separate, play fair, release, free, let go, open, uproot, dislodge.
Synonyms for in-fix
adhere, band, bar, batten, belt, bolt, bond, brace, button, chain, cleave, close, cohere, establish, girth, grip, hitch, hold, hook, hook up, jam, knot, lace, leash, lock, mortise, nail, rope, seal, solder, string, tack on, tag, tighten, truss, unite, wedge, weld, screw, make firm, hitch on.
affix, anchor, attach, bind, catch, cement, congeal, connect, consolidate, couple, embed, entrench, fasten, glue, graft, harden, implant, inculcate, ingrain, install, instill, link, locate, lodge, moor, nail down, pin, place, plant, position, rigidify, rivet, root, secure, set, settle, solidify, stabilize, stay put, steady, stick, stiffen, thicken, tie, freeze to.
admit, drag in, enter, imbed, include, infuse, inject, insinuate, intercalate, interject, interlope, interpolate, interpose, introduce, intrude, obtrude, pop in, shoehorn, work in, fill in, squeeze in, lug in, shove in.