fit verb (CORRECT SIZE)
- Those trousers fit you nicely.
- This tiny device fits into the palm of your hand.
- Their new car barely fitted into the garage.
- If you can't fit all the cases in your car, I can take a few in mine.
- One size fits all.
fit verb (BE SUITABLE)
- He doesn't fit my image of how an actor should look.
- He doesn't conform fit the national stereotype of a Frenchman.
- We had to adapt our plans to fit Jack's schedule.
- The soundtrack really fits the era in which the film is set.
- I don't have anything that really fits the occasion.
fit verb (PUT IN POSITION)
- We're having a new bathroom suite fitted at the weekend.
- He was recently fitted with a brace for his bad back.
- Do you know anyone who can fit windows?
- He was messing with his bike and then he couldn't fit the parts back together.
- My car is having new tyres fitted.
fit verb (ILLNESS)
fit adjective (HEALTHY)
You need to be very fit to hike the Inca Trail. 徒步印加古道必须具备强壮的体魄。
- He's jogging round the park every morning in an effort to get fit for the football season.
- At 73, she's still fighting fit, walking five miles a day.
- Her hearing is going, but otherwise she's remarkably fit for a 95-year-old.
- "What do you do to keep fit?" "I jog and go swimming."
- Most exercise classes start gently, lulling you into thinking that you're fit.
fit adjective (SUITABLE)
be in no fit state to do sth
(not) fit for purpose