Entry from British & World English dictionary
1An instance of incriminating someone by falsifying evidence against them: the team’s manager has been the victim of a fan’s fit-up
More example sentences
- And I can give you details of drug busts on musicians that were thrown out of court because the police made a lousy job of the fit-up.
- He seems to see the case as a fit-up against ‘shooters' rights ’.
- Has cycling's cleanest team been the victim of a drug fit-up?
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