see fit Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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see fit

formal If you see ​fit to do something, you ​think it is good or ​necessary to do it: She ​sawfit to ​pull her ​son out of the cschool.
(Definition of see fit from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “see fit”
in Chinese (Simplified) 觉得…有好处, 觉得有必要…
in Chinese (Traditional) 覺得…有好處, 覺得有必要…
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