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affix (verb), affixes; affixed; affixing
1. To fasten, join, or attach (usually followed by "to"): Mary was affixing postage stamps to the envelopes that she was going to mail to her friends.
2. To put or to add on; to append: The salesman wanted Alice to affix her signature to the contract for the loan.

In grammar, a part of a word element that is affixed; such as, a prefix, infix, or suffix, added to a word element in order to form a different meaning; for example, the suffix, "-ed" added to "want" forms "wanted", or the prefix, "im-" connected to "possible" becomes "impossible".

When a poster is affixed to the wall, it is fastened to the wall.

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(word origins and affixes; ancestral associations with their histories)
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