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fit1 US English

(Of a thing) of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose

fit2 US English

A sudden uncontrollable outbreak of intense emotion, laughter, coughing, or other action or activity

fit3 US English

A section of a poem

fit1 US Thesaurus

fit for human habitation

fit2 US Thesaurus

an epileptic fit

answer the description US English

Have the qualities specified

fit in fit1 US English

Be of the right shape and size for

e-fit US English

An electronic picture of the face of a person being sought by the police, created by a computer program from composite photographs of facial features

fit in US English

(Of a person) be socially compatible with other members of a group

fit-up US English

An instance of incriminating someone by falsifying evidence against them

see fit US English

Consider it correct or acceptable to do something

fit-out US English

An act of providing the necessary equipment for a house or apartment, especially the final decoration and furniture

keep-fit US English

Regular exercises to improve personal fitness and health

press fit US English

An interference fit between two parts in which one is forced under pressure into a slightly smaller hole in the other

push fit US English

A fit between two parts in which one is connected to the other by manually pushing or sliding them together

hissy fit US Thesaurus

just try to ignore her if she has one of her hissy fits

shrink-fit US English

Designed to fit perfectly after anticipated shrinkage

fainting fit US English

A sudden temporary loss of consciousness

fighting fit US English

In excellent health

have a fit US English

Be very surprised or angry

fit the bill US English

Be suitable for a particular purpose

fit to bust US English

With great energy

fit someone up US English

Incriminate someone by falsifying evidence against them

interference fit US English

A fit between two parts in which the external dimension of one part slightly exceeds the internal dimension of the part into which it has to fit

fit into in fit in US English

(Of a person or thing) constitute part of a particular situation or larger structure

fitted US English

Attached to or provided with a particular component or article

fit as a fiddle US English

In good health

fit something on US English

Try on (a garment)

fit like a glove US English

(Of clothes) fit exactly

goodness of fit US English

The extent to which observed data match the values expected by theory

fit someone/something in US English

Find room or have sufficient space for someone or something

fit someone/something out US English

Provide with the necessary equipment, supplies, clothes, or other items for a particular situation

bust2 US English

Come apart or split open

fit in in fit1 US English

(Of a person) be socially compatible with other members of a group

see fit in fit1 US English

Consider it correct or acceptable to do something

fit into in fit1 US English

(Of a person or thing) constitute part of a particular situation or larger structure

temper US English

An angry state of mind

pique1 US English

A feeling of irritation or resentment resulting from a slight, especially to one’s pride

fit someone/something in in fit1 US English

Find room or have sufficient space for someone or something

fit someone/something out in fit1 US English

Provide with the necessary equipment, supplies, clothes, or other items for a particular situation

fit someone up in fit1 US English

Incriminate someone by falsifying evidence against them

fit something on in fit1 US English

Try on (a garment)

fit to bust in fit1 US English

With great energy

have a fit in fit2 US English

Be very surprised or angry

hissy US English

An angry outburst or tantrum

hissy fit in hissy US English

An angry outburst or tantrum

photofit US English

A reconstructed picture of a person, especially one wanted by the police, made from composite photographs of facial features

fit in in fit1 US Thesaurus

he never fit in with the academic crowd

fit the bill in bill1 US English

Be suitable for a particular purpose


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