ماهي معاني الكلمة الانجليزية fit وكيف تستعمل في الجمل

fit
adjective /fit/ 
fitter, comparative; fittest, superlative
  1. (of a thing) 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?
  2. (of a person) Having the requisite qualities or skills to undertake something competently
    • - he felt himself quite fit for battle
    • - Ted was ghastly pale and fit to do no more than switch channels
  3. Possessing or conferring the ability to survive and reproduce in a particular environment
    • - survival of the fittest
  4. Suitable and correct according to accepted social standards
    • - a fit subject on which to correspond
  5. (of a person or thing) 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
  6. Ready
    • - well, are you fit?
  7. In good health, esp. because of regular physical exercise
    • - I swim regularly to keep fit
    • - the measures would ensure a leaner, fitter company
  8. Sexually attractive; good-looking

verb /fit/ 
fits, 3rd person singular present; fitted, past participle; fitted, past tense; fitting, present participle
  1. Be of the right shape and size for
    • - those jeans still fit me
    • - the shoes fit 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 position or place
    • - Angela says we can all fit in her car
  4. Fix or put (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
    • - it took a while to figure out how the confounded things fit together
    • - many physicists tried to fit together the various pieces of the puzzle
  7. Be in agreement or harmony with; match
    • - the punishment should fit the crime
  8. (of an attribute, qualification, or skill) Make (someone) suitable to fulfill a particular role or undertake a particular task
    • - an MS fits the student for a professional career
noun /fit/ 
fits, plural
  1. The particular way in which something, esp. a garment or component, fits around or into something
    • - the dress was a perfect fit
  2. The particular way in which a thing matches something else
    • - a close fit between teachers' qualifications and their teaching responsibilities
  3. The correspondence between observed data and the values expected by theory

noun
fits, plural
  1. A sudden uncontrollable outbreak of intense emotion, laughter, coughing, or other action or activity
    • - in a fit of temper
    • - he got coughing fits
  2. A sudden attack of convulsions and/or loss of consciousness, typical of epilepsy and some other medical conditions
    • - he thought she was having a fit
noun
fits, plural; fyttes, plural
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