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suitedadjective

uk   /ˈsuː.tɪd/ /ˈsjuː.tɪd/ us   /ˈsuː.t̬ɪd/
C1 right for someone or something: With her qualifications and experience, she would seem to be ideally suited to/for the job.
If two people who have a relationship are suited, they have a good relationship that will probably last, often because they share a lot of interests: They were never suited (to each other) from the start - they don't have anything in common.
-suited
(in compound adjectives) wearing a particular type of suit: two black-suited men
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