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see fit

formal
If you see fit to do something, you think it is good or necessary to do it: She saw fit to take her son away from the school.
Translations of “see fit”
in Chinese (Traditional) 覺得…有好處, 覺得有必要…
in Chinese (Simplified) 觉得…有好处, 觉得有必要…
(Definition of see fit from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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