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English definition of “suit sb down to the ground”

suit sb down to the ground

UK
to be exactly right or suitable for someone: That job would suit you down to the ground.Useful or advantageous
(Definition of suit sb down to the ground from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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