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  1. fit

    • IPA[fɪt]

    英式

    • adj.
      of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose;having the requisite qualities or skills to undertake something competently
    • v.
      be of the right shape and size for;try clothing on (someone) in order to make or alter it to the correct size
    • n.
      the particular way in which something, especially a garment or component, fits;the particular way in which things match
    • verb: fit, 3rd person present: fits, gerund or present participle: fitting, past tense: fitted, past participle: fitted

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose:

      the house was not fit for human habitation

      is the water clean and fit to drink?

    • 2. having the requisite qualities or skills to undertake something competently:

      the party was fit to govern

    • 3. suitable and correct according to accepted social standards:

      a fit subject on which to correspond

    • 4. having reached such an extreme condition as to be on the point of doing the thing specified:

      he baited even his close companions until they were fit to kill him

    • 5. ready:

      well, are you fit?

    • 6. in good health, especially because of regular physical exercise:

      my family keep fit by walking and cycling

      the measures would ensure a leaner, fitter company

    • 7. sexually attractive; good-looking:

      who's this fit babe?

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be of the right shape and size for:

      those jeans still fit me

      the shoes fitted better after being stretched

    • 2. try clothing on (someone) in order to make or alter it to the correct size:

      she was about to be fitted for her costume

    • 3. be of the right size, shape, or number to occupy a particular place:

      Fiona says we can all fit in her car

    • 4. install or fix (something) into place:

      they fitted smoke alarms to their home

    • 5. provide (something) with a particular component or article:

      most tools can be fitted with a new handle

    • 6. join or cause to join together to form a whole:

      their bodies fitted together perfectly

      many physicists tried to fit together the various pieces of the puzzle

    • 7. be compatible or in agreement with; match:

      the landlord had not seen anyone fitting that description

    • 8. be suitable or appropriate for:

      the punishment should fit the crime

    • 9. (of an attribute, qualification, or skill) make (someone) suitable to fulfil a particular role or undertake a particular task:

      an MSc fits the student for a professional career

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the particular way in which something, especially a garment or component, fits:

      the dress was a perfect fit

    • 2. the particular way in which things match:

      a close fit between teachers' qualifications and their teaching responsibilities

    • 3. the correspondence between observed data and the values expected by theory.
    • adj.
      designed to fit perfectly after anticipated shrinkage:
    • the guitarist's shrink-fit polo neck

      a shrink-fit chuck

    • n.
      a system that uses shrink-fit parts or fittings.

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    • n. an instance of incriminating someone by falsifying evidence against them:

    • the team's manager has been the victim of a fan's fit-up

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    • n. an electronic picture of the face of a person being sought by the police, created by a computer program from composite photographs of facial features.

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    • consider it correct or acceptable to do something

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    • IPA[fit]

    美式

    • adj.
      of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose:
    • the meat is fit for human consumption

      is the water clean and fit to drink?

    • v.
      be of the right shape and size for:
    • those jeans still fit me

      the shoes fit better after being stretched

    • n.
      the particular way in which something, especially a garment or component, fits around or into something:
    • the dress was a perfect fit

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    • IPA[fɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      a sudden attack of convulsions and/or loss of consciousness, typical of epilepsy and some other medical conditions:
    • the child had frequent fits
    • v.
      have an epileptic fit:
    • he started fitting uncontrollably

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    • IPA[fit]

    美式

    • n.
      a sudden uncontrollable outbreak of intense emotion, laughter, coughing, or other action or activity:
    • in a fit of temper

      he got coughing fits

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    • IPA[fɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      a section of a poem.

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    • IPA[fit]

    美式

    • n.
      a section of a poem.

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