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suit

verb [T]
 
 
/suːt/
ATTRACTIVE B2 to make someone look more attractive: Green really suits you.AttractiveSexual attractionSmart and elegant
ACCEPTABLE B2 to be acceptable or right for someone: It would suit me better if we left a bit earlier.Being suitable or unsuitable
be suited to/for sth to be right for someone or something: These plants are better suited to a warm climate. →  See also suit sb down to the ground Being suitable or unsuitable
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