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Язык: Английский
Источник:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English. A S Hornby. Seventh edition. Oxford University Press. 2005.
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fit

verb, adjective, noun

verb

(fitting, fitted, fitted)

(North American English usually fitting, fit, fit except in the passive)

MAKE SUITABLE 7

~ somebody/something (for something)

(especially British English)

to make somebody/something suitable for a particular job:

[verb + noun phrase, verb + noun phrase to infinitive]
His experience fitted him perfectly for the job; His experience fitted him to do the job.

— see also FITTED

    Idiom(s) section.
fit (somebody) like a glove to be the perfect size or shape for somebody
— more at BILL noun, CAP noun, DESCRIPTION, FACE noun

    Phrasal verb(s) section.
fit somebody/something <-> in | fit somebody/something in/into something
1 to find time to see somebody or to do something: I’ll try and fit you in after lunch; I had to fit ten appointments into one morning.
2 to find or have enough space for somebody/something in a place: We can’t fit in any more chairs.
fit in (with somebody/something) to live, work, et cetera in an easy and natural way with somebody/something: He’s never done this type of work before. I’m not sure how he’ll fit in with the other people; Where do I fit in?; Do these plans fit in with your arrangements?
fit somebody/something <-> out/up (with something) to supply somebody/something with all the equipment, clothes, food, et cetera they need. Synonym - EQUIP: to fit out a ship before a long voyage; The room has been fitted out with a stove and a sink.
fit somebody <-> up (for something) (British English, informal) to make it look as if somebody is guilty of a crime they have not committed Synonym - FRAME: I didn’t do it — I’ve been fitted up!

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