[fix up, arrange, suitable, polite, pretty, destiny, fate...]
If you fix something up, you arrange* it: I fixed up an appointment -деловую встречу- to see her.
If you arrange an event or meeting, you make plans for it to happen:
She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon at four-fifteen.
If you arrange with someone to do something, you make plans with them to do it:
I've arranged to see him on Friday morning.
If you fix something up, you do work that is necessary in order to make it more
suitable* or attractive: I've fixed up Matthew's old room.
Someone or something that is suitable for a particular purpose -цель- or
occasion -повод, случай- is right or acceptable -приемлемый- for it: Employers -работодатели- usually decide within -в пределах- five minutes
whether -ли- someone is suitable for the job.
Someone who is polite has good manners and behaves in a way that is socially correct and
not rude to other people: It's not polite to point or talk about strangers in public.
-ness - суффикс, превращающий прилагательное в существительное: happyness -счастье.
If you describe someone, especially a girl, as pretty, you mean that they look nice and are attractive
in a delicate -утонченный- way: She's a very charming -очаровательная- and very pretty girl.
A person's destiny is everything that happens to them during their life, including what will happen
in the future, especially when it is considered to be controlled by someone or something else:
We are masters of our own destiny. = fate
Fate is a power that some people believe controls and decides everything that happens,
in a way that cannot be prevented or changed.
то есть, когда что-то плохое или очень трудное, это fate. приятный сюрприз - destiny).