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Meaning of “fit” - Learner’s Dictionary

fit

adjective     /fɪt/ (fitter, fittest)
SUITABLE
of a good enough quality or suitable type for a particular purpose: [+ to do sth] Is this water fit to drink? She's not in a fit state to drive.Suitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very good
HEALTH
A2 healthy, especially because you exercise regularly: He's very fit for his age. →  Opposite unfit Exercising and trainingFit and healthy
do sth as you see/think fit
to do something that you feel is the right thing to do, although other people might disapprove: You must spend the money as you see fit.Suitable and acceptableQuite good, or not very good
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