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Translation of "fit" - English-Turkish dictionary

fit

verb     /fɪt/ ( present participle fitting, past tense and past participle fitted)
RIGHT SHAPE [I, T]
B1 to be the right shape or size for someone or something uymak, tam ölçüsünde olmak These trousers don't fit any more. I can't find a lid to fit this jar.Being suitable or unsuitable
fit (sth) in/through/under, etc
B1 If people or things fit somewhere, or if you can fit them somewhere, that place is big enough for them. sıkıştırmak, yerleştirmek, uydurmak How many people can you fit in your car? This radio is small enough to fit into my pocket.Placing and positioning an object
PUT [T] mainly UK
B2 to put or fix something somewhere uydurmak, koymak, yerleştirmek You ought to fit a smoke alarm in the kitchen.Placing and positioning an object
SAME [I, T]
to be the same as or like something uygun olmak, uymak, aynı olmak She seems to fit the police description.Being or appearing similar or the same
SUITABLE [T]
to be suitable for something bir şey için uygun/uyumlu olmak The punishment should fit the crime.Being suitable or unsuitable
(Definition of fit verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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