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fit

noun [S]
 
 
/fɪt/
the way in which two or more things suit each other or work together: The two banks are a perfect fit.a fit with sth This role is a great fit with my experience in Asia.a fit between sth and sth There must be a fit between the environment and the organization.a fit for sth A financial product must be a good fit for the client's particular needs and aspirations.
the way that something such as a piece of clothing fits: Testers loved the comfortable fit of the armholes. →  See also strategic fit
Translations of “fit”
in Korean 발작…
in Arabic نوبة…
in French essayage…
in Turkish ani/kontrolsüz davranış/his, kriz, nöbet…
in Italian attacco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疾病, (疾病的)突發,發作, 痙攣…
in Russian приступ, порыв, припадок…
in Polish atak, napad…
in Spanish prueba…
in Portuguese acesso, ataque…
in German die Anprobe…
in Catalan atac…
in Japanese 発作…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疾病, (疾病的)突发,发作, 痉挛…
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