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BEING RIGHT OR GOING IN THE RIGHT PLACE 所处或放进位置合适
VERB (大小和形状)适合;合身 If something fits, it is the right size and shape to go onto a person's body or onto a particular object.
The sash, kimono, and other garments were made to fit a child...
She has to go to the men's department to find trousers that fit at the waist...
N-SING 适合;合身 If something is a good fit, it fits well.
Eventually he was happy that the sills and doors were a reasonably good fit.
VERB 试穿(看何处需要改动) If you are fitted for a particular piece of clothing, you try it on so that the person who is making it can see where it needs to be altered.
She was being fitted for her wedding dress.
VERB 适合放置(于);为放置(于…)而设计 If something fits somewhere, it can be put there or is designed to be put there.
...a pocket computer which is small enough to fit into your pocket...
He folded his long legs to fit under the table...
VERB 将…放(进) If you fit something into a particular space or place, you put it there.
She fitted her key in the lock...
Who could cut the millions of stone blocks and fit them together?...
VERB 小心固定;稳固放置 If you fit something somewhere, you attach it there, or put it there carefully and securely.
Fit hinge bolts to give extra support to the door lock...
Peter had built the overhead ladders, and the next day he fitted them to the wall...
VERB 与…相配;与…相协调;符合 If something fits something else or fits into it, it goes together well with that thing or is able to be part of it.
Her daughter doesn't fit the current feminine ideal...
Fostering is a full-time job and you should carefully consider how it will fit into your career...
VERB 适合;符合;与…相称 You can say that something fits a particular person or thing when it is appropriate or suitable for them or it.
The punishment must always fit the crime.
ADJ 适合的;合适的;适当的 If something is fit for a particular purpose, it is suitable for that purpose.
Of the seven bicycles we had, only two were fit for the road.
...safety measures intended to reassure consumers that the meat is fit to eat...
ADJ 合格的;胜任的 If someone is fit to do something, they have the appropriate qualities or skills that will allow them to do it.
You're not fit to be a mother!...
In a word, this government isn't fit to rule...
VERB 使合格;使胜任 If something fits someone for a particular task or role, it makes them good enough or suitable for it.
...a man whose past experience fits him for the top job in education...
It is not a person's gender that fits them to be a vicar but what is in their hearts.
ADJ 俊秀的;漂亮的 If you describe someone as fit, you mean that they are good-looking.
About an hour later a really fit guy came up to me on the dance floor.
ADJ 就要;快要;简直要 If you say that something or someone is fit to produce some extreme result, you are emphasizing the extreme nature of that thing or that person's activity.
The stink was fit to knock you down.
...hour after hour, the same exercises until you're fit to drop!
PHRASE (表示不赞成)决定，选择，认为做…合适 If you say that someone sees fit to do something, you mean that they are entitled to do it, but that you disapprove of their decision to do it.
He's not a friend, you say, yet you saw fit to lend him money.
PHRASAL VERB 找到时间(见某人);安排时间(做某事) If you manage to fit a person or task in, you manage to find time to deal with them.
We work long hours both outside and inside the home and we rush around trying to fit everything in...
I find that I just can't fit in regular domestic work.
PHRASAL VERB 相处融洽;适应 If you fit in as part of a group, you seem to belong there because you are similar to the other people in it.
She was great with the children and fitted in beautifully.
PHRASAL VERB (在某种情形或体系中)发挥作用，担当职责;适合;符合 If you say that someone or something fits in, you understand how they form part of a particular situation or system.
He knew where I fitted in and what he had to do to get the best out of me...
This fits in with what you've told me.
PHRASAL VERB 融入;与…相处融洽(或和谐) If you fit into a particular group, you seem to belong there because you are similar to the other people in it.
It's hard to see how he would fit into the team.
PHRASAL VERB 归属，适于(某种情形或体系) If something fits into a particular situation or system, that seems to be the right place for it.
Most film locations broadly fit into two categories; those on private property and those in a public place.
PHRASAL VERB 为…提供装备;供给…必要的东西 If you fit someone or something out, or you fit them up, you provide them with equipment and other things that they need.
We helped to fit him out for a trip to the Baltic...
I suggest we fit you up with an office suite...
PHRASAL VERB 诬陷;诬告 If someone fits another person up, they try to make it seem that that person is responsible for a crime.
Mr Stone said inmates who had given evidence were trying to 'fit him up'...
There can never be any legitimate basis for police officers to fit up suspects they 'know' to be guilty.
ADJ-GRADED 健康的;强健的 Someone who is fit is healthy and physically strong.
An averagely fit person can master easy ski runs within a few days.
UNCONTROLLABLE MOVEMENTS OR EMOTIONS 无法控制的行动或情感
N-COUNT 痉挛;昏厥 If someone has a fit they suddenly lose consciousness and their body makes uncontrollable movements.
About two in every five epileptic fits occur during sleep...
Once a fit has started there is nothing you can do to stop it.
N-COUNT (突然止不住的)一阵(咳嗽、大笑) If you have a fit of coughing or laughter, you suddenly start coughing or laughing in an uncontrollable way.
Halfway down the cigarette she had a fit of coughing...
It was so unreal that I broke into a fit of giggles.
N-COUNT (愤怒、惊慌等的)爆发，发作 If you do something in a fit of anger or panic, you are very angry or afraid when you do it.
Pattie shot Tom in a fit of jealous rage.
PHRASE 大发雷霆;大光其火;大吃一惊 If you say that someone will have a fit when they hear about something, you mean that they will be very angry or shocked.
Will Mrs Winterton have a fit if we add one more to the guest list at this late stage?...
He'd have a fit if he knew what we were up to!
PHRASE 忍不住大笑;忍俊不禁 Someone who is in fits is laughing uncontrollably.
He was a much more entertaining person, who used to have us all in fits.
PHRASE 间歇性地;一阵一阵地 Something that happens in fits and starts or by fits and starts keeps happening and then stopping again.
My slimming attempts tend to go in fits and starts...
Military technology advances by fits and starts.