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fit sb/sth out

phrasal verb with fit uk   us   /fɪt/ verb (fitting, fitted, US usually fit)
to ​provide someone or something with all of the things that will be needed: They ​fitted the ​factory out for the ​production of ​light bulbs. The ​apartments are ​fitted out to the ​higheststandard.fit sb/sth out with sth The FBI ​fitted him out with a ​briefcase that could tape-record the ​conferences.
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