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fit

verb [I or T] (CORRECT SIZE) 尺寸正確     /fɪt/ (-tt-)
to be the right size or shape for someone or something 合適,合身;可容納 That jacket fits you perfectly. 那件外套你穿著很合身。 The dress fits like a glove (= very well). 這件連衣裙非常合身。 Our new sofa doesn't fit through the door. 我們的新沙發通不過這道門。 I don't think another desk will fit into this classroom. 我認為這間教室一張書桌也擱不下了。 My car's too big to fit in this space. 我的車太大了,這個地方停不下。 The style, appearance, and make-up of clothes
(Definition of fit verb (CORRECT SIZE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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