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fit

adjective /fit/ ( comparative fitter, superlative fittest)
in good health
sano, en forma
I am feeling very fit.
suitable; correct for a particular purpose or person
adecuado, conveniente
They prepared a magnificent dinner fit for a king.
fitness noun
buena forma
Physical fitness is essential for this kind of job.
fitter noun a person who puts the parts of a machine together
montador
an engine fitter.
fitting adjective suitable
adecuado, propio, apto
It was a fitting occasion to thank him for all his help.
fit in phrasal verb ( often with with) to be able to live, exist etc in agreement or harmony
llevarse bien, integrarse
She doesn’t fit in with the other children.
fit out phrasal verb to provide with everything necessary (clothes, equipment etc)
equipar
The shop fitted them out with everything they needed for their journey.
see/think fit to consider that some action is right, suitable etc
estimar conveniente, parecer conveniente
You must do as you see fit (to do).
(Definition of fit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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