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suit sb (right) down to the ground

If something ​suits you down to the ​ground, it ​suits you ​perfectly, usually because it is ​convenient for you: Part-time ​work would suit me right down to the ​ground.
(Definition of suit sb (right) down to the ground from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “suit sb (right) down to the ground”
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常合适(某人), 通常指对(某人)非常方便…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常合適(某人), 通常指對(某人)非常方便…
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