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  1. suit

    • IPA[so͞ot]

    美式

    • n.
      a set of outer clothes made of the same fabric and designed to be worn together, typically consisting of a jacket and trousers or a jacket and skirt;a set of clothes to be worn on a particular occasion or for a particular activity
    • v.
      be convenient for or acceptable to;act entirely according to one's own wishes (often used to express the speaker's annoyance)
    • noun: suit, plural noun: suits

    • verb: suit, 3rd person present: suits, gerund or present participle: suiting, past tense: suited, past participle: suited

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a set of outer clothes made of the same fabric and designed to be worn together, typically consisting of a jacket and trousers or a jacket and skirt:

      a pinstriped suit

    • 2. a set of clothes to be worn on a particular occasion or for a particular activity:

      a jogging suit

    • 3. a complete set of pieces of armor for covering the whole body:

      a suit of armor

    • 4. an executive in a business or organization, typically one regarded as exercising influence in an impersonal way:

      maybe now the suits in Washington will listen

    • 5. any of the sets distinguished by their pictorial symbols into which a deck of playing cards is divided, in conventional decks comprising spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs.
    • 6. short for lawsuit
    • 7. the process of trying to win a woman's affection with a view to marriage:

      he could not compete with John's charms in Marian's eyes and his suit came to nothing

    • 8. a petition or entreaty made to a person in authority:

      he sought a passage to Christian lands, but they spurned his suit

    • 9. a complete set of sails required for a ship or for a set of spars:

      they went ashore and changed to another suit of sails

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be convenient for or acceptable to:

      the apartment has two bedrooms—if it suits, you can have one of them

      he lied whenever it suited him

    • 2. act entirely according to one's own wishes (often used to express the speaker's annoyance):

      “I'm not going to help you.” “Suit yourself.”

    • 3. adapt or make appropriate for (something):

      they took care to suit their answers to the questions put to them

    • 4. go well with or enhance the features, figure, or character of (someone):

      the dress didn't suit her

    • 5. put on clothes, especially for a particular activity:

      I suited up and entered the water

    • adj. right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation:

    • the task is ideally suited to a computer

      the job is well suited to your abilities and experience

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    • adj. right or appropriate for a particular person, purpose, or situation:

    • the task is ideally suited to a computer

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    • n. (in bridge or whist) a holding of a number of high cards of one suit in a hand.

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    • n. (in bridge or whist) a holding of several cards of one suit in a hand, typically 5 or more out of the 13.

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    • n. (in bridge or whist) a holding of several cards of one suit in a hand, typically 5 or more out of the 13.

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    • n. (in bridge) a holding of a number of high cards of one suit in a hand.

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    • n. a young child's one-piece outer garment:

    • an adorable polka dot romper suit

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    • n. a young child's one-piece outer garment:

    • an adorable polka dot romper suit

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    • n.
      a set of outer clothes made of the same fabric and designed to be worn together, typically consisting of a jacket and trousers or a jacket and skirt:
    • a pinstriped suit
    • v.
      be convenient for or acceptable to:
    • what time would suit you?

      the flat has two bedrooms—if it suits, you can have one of them

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