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What is another word for fit?

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Adjective
Of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose
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“Before we can declare water fit for human consumption, it has to meet a series of standards.”
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Being well-suited for a required purpose
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“Wasabi and soy sauce are especially fit for cuisines such as sushi.”
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(of a person) Having the requisite qualities or skills to undertake something competently
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“Given his skills and experience, we believe the candidate is more than fit to assume the role.”
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In good health, especially because of regular physical exercise
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“Being fit typically involves making prudent decisions when it comes to diet and exercise.”
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Having reached a (usually extreme) condition as to be on the verge of having a given event transpire
“His hunger was so strong that he felt fit to eat a horse, or at least a small pony.”
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Of good financial standing
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Consistent, compatible, or in agreement with something or someone else
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Polite, calm, and sensible in behaviour
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Having a valid reason
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Still currently functioning or in operation
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Suitable for marriage
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(of a person) Very beautiful or attractive
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Able to move quickly and easily
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Having a slim and fit physique
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Ready and willing
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Allowed or entitled to do something
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With no restrictions on those allowed to participate
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Fit or proper to live in
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Able to be eaten
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Having healthy and sound mental faculties
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Beneficial to one's health
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Able or fit to be sold or marketed
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Exactly right
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To join or cause to join together to form a whole
“We endeavored to fit each piece of the puzzle together, hoping to unravel the mystery.”
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To be suitable or appropriate for
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“A suit can be custom-made to fit your specific build and measurements.”
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To be consistent or in agreement with
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“Your testimony appears to fit with the available evidence.”
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To supply or equip with
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“The local farms will fit us with the organic ingredients we need for our restaurant.”
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To adjust in order to make appropriate
“Marshall, can you fit a reference to a coffee pot into your next rap masterpiece?”
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To attach, especially when requiring exact positioning or sizing
“Not only can we fit the right tire size, but we will make recommendations as to which tire is ideal for your vehicle make.”
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To be of the right shape and size for
“A wide range of frames of all shapes and sizes are available to fit any picture or photo.”
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To make competent or ready
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“His fluency in several languages would fit him well in his role as an interpreter.”
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To adapt to, or bring into accord with, a given environment or standard
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To have space for accommodating a given number of people
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To design or produce (something) to meet someone's individual requirements
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To fit closely by following the contours of
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To be capable of supplying
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To replace one's clothing
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To make oneself, or someone or something else, look presentable
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To have replaced one's clothing
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To place, fit, or push (something) into something else
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To have allowed or had room for
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To put together using parts or materials
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To give a fresh look to (something old or shabby)
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To arrange systematically
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To be sensible, coherent, reasonable
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To be applicable or relevant
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To make more beautiful or attractive by adorning or decorating
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To have furnished with, or caused to be present
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(of a garment size) To have worn or required
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(of a garment size) To wear or require
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To test the look or fit of (a garment) by wearing it
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To control by means of rules and regulations
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To adapt
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The particular way in which things match
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“Applicants should review the job requirements to determine if there is a close fit with their career objectives.”
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A sudden burst of intense emotion
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“I burst into a fit of laughter as Brian slowly read the instructions for cooking a pop tart.”
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A sudden burst of intense anger
“She threw a fit when she saw what her son did to the car.”
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A seizure or convulsion
“Light patterns from certain video games have been found to trigger an epileptic fit.”
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A sudden impulse or desire
“Indeed, she was quiet for nearly half an hour. At the expiration of that period, the fit retook her.”
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A public display of anger or annoyance
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A disease or period of sickness affecting the body or mind
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An overwhelmingly strong emotion, usually joy
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Heart failure
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The state of being irascible