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Translation of "suit" - English-Portuguese dictionary

suit

noun /suːt/
A2 a jacket and trousers or a jacket and skirt that are made from the same material
terno, tailleur
She wore a dark blue suit.
a set of clothes or a piece of clothing to be worn in a particular situation or while doing a particular activity
traje
a protective suit a diving suit
one of the four types of card in a set of playing cards, each having a different shape printed on it
naipe
The four suits in a pack of cards are hearts, spades, clubs, and diamonds.
follow suit to do the same as someone else has just done
seguir o exemplo
If other shops lower their prices, we will have to follow suit.
(Definition of suit noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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