Council officers moved in today to secure the property.Fix, attach, fasten, affix, link, hitch, join, connect, couple, bond, append, annex, stick, pin, tack, nail, staple, clip tie up, moor, make fast, lash, hitch, berth View synonyms.1 Make (a door or container) hard to open; fasten or lock.

Dependable; firm; not liable to fail, yield, become displaced, etc., as a support or a fastening: The building was secure, even in an earthquake.We refuse to trade secure tenancies and affordable rents for new bathrooms and kitchens.Tight, firm, taut, fixed, secured, done up stable, fixed, secured, fast, safe, steady, immovable, unshakeable, dependable.

Now he has struck a funding deal with the government for the next six years, he feels secure.Difficulties in securing convictions in the Irish courts increase that frustration even further.Sarah's platinum blond hair was half up, secured with two long silver pins.