fit

fɪt

Перевод:

Verb: подходить соответствовать приспосабливаться приспосабливать
Adjective: соответствующий подходящий в хорошей форме годный
Noun: посадка припадок пригонка приступ
Adverb: впору

Фразы:

to fit into a category - соответствовать категории, соответствовать разряду

cut to fit well - вырезанный точно по размеру

to fit / match / answer smb.'s description - соответствовать чьему-л. описанию

to indulge in a fit of the dismals - хандрить

snug / tight fit - плотно прилегающая одежда

water fit for drinking - вода, пригодная для питья

movie fit for the whole family - фильм, подходящий для всей семьи

fit time and place - надлежащее время и место

house fit to live in - дом, готовый для проживания

physically fit - физически развитый

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Примеры:

The key fits the lock. - Ключ точно подходит к замку.

The coat fits her well. - Пальто ей как раз.

The food here isn't fit to eat. - Пища здесь несъедобна.

These clothes don't fit him. - Этот комплект на нём не сидит.

The theory fits the facts. - Данная теория согласуется с фактами.

I am fit for another mile. - Я могу пройти ещё милю.

The uniform fitted her perfectly. - Униформа сидела на ней превосходно.

The suit fits him perfectly. - Костюм сидит на нём идеально.

How many people can fit in a boat? - Сколько человек может вместить лодка?

Let's see what the boy's fit for. - Давай-ка посмотрим, к чему этот парнишка годен.

Are you fit enough to walk there? - Вы в состоянии дойти туда пешком?

I admired the fit of her coat - Я восхищался тем, как на ней сидит её пальто.

How does this shirt fit? - Как сидит эта рубашка?

The punishment should fit the crime. - Наказание должно соответствовать преступлению.

The dress was a perfect fit. - Платье сидело идеально.

Fitting continued for more than 5 minutes. - Примерка продолжалась более 5 минут.

I hope this key fits the lock. - Я надеюсь, что этот ключ подходит к замку.

She killed him in a fit of temper. - Она убила его в припадке ярости.

He is not fit to govern this country! - Он не пригоден к тому, чтобы управлять этой страной!

I don't like the company, because I can't fit into them. - Эта компания не нравится мне потому, что я не могу к ней приспособиться.

Can you fit the toy into the box? - Можешь поместить эту игрушку в коробку?

fitting the jacket to the customer - подгонка куртки по фигуре заказчика

Patients are encouraged to get fit. - Больным рекомендуется привести себя в хорошую физическую форму.

She cleaned the whole house in a fit of enthusiasm. - В порыве энтузиазма она убрала весь дом.

The gown was an excellent fit. - Платье прекрасно сидело.

She used to have fits as a baby. - Во младенчестве она страдала припадками.

We should be able to fit one more in. - У нас должно получиться вместить туда ещё один.

How many people can fit in a phone booth? - Сколько человек может поместиться в телефонной будке?

Those stories are not fit to be repeated. - Эти истории не годятся для того, чтобы их повторять.

The jacket's fine, but the trousers don't fit. - С пиджаком всё нормально, но вот брюки не подходят.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you manage to fit a person or task in, you manage to find time to deal with them.

If you fit into a particular group, you seem to belong there because you are similar to the other people in it.

If you fit someone or something out, or you fit them up, you provide them with equipment and other things that they need.

If someone fits another person up, they try to make it seem that that person is responsible for a crime.

If you manage to fit a person or task in, you manage to find time to deal with them.

If you fit into a particular group, you seem to belong there because you are similar to the other people in it.

If you fit someone or something out, or you fit them up, you provide them with equipment and other things that they need.

If someone fits another person up, they try to make it seem that that person is responsible for a crime.

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Связанные термины:

E-FIT: An e-fit is a computer-generated picture of someone who is suspected of a crime . Compare → identikit, → Photofit .

fit in: If you manage to fit a person or task in, you manage to find time to deal with them.

fit up: If someone fits another person up, they try to make it seem that that person is responsible for a crime.

fit out: If you fit someone or something out, or you fit them up, you provide them with equipment and other things that they need .

see fit: to consider proper, desirable, etc

fit into: If you fit into a particular group, you seem to belong there because you are similar to the other people in it.

fit note: a medical note for an employer setting out the work an employee is able to perform, taking into account his or her health condition

hissy fit: a childish temper tantrum

keep fit: Keep-fit is the activity of keeping your body in good condition by doing special exercises.

match-fit: in good physical condition for competing in a match

press fit: a type of fit for mating parts, usually tighter than a sliding fit, used when the parts do not have to move relative to each other

push fit: a fit that enables one part to be inserted into another by sliding or pushing, rather than by hammering

race-fit: (of a person, animal, etc) fit or suitable for racing

think fit: to regard as proper or appropriate

shrink fit: a tight fit of a collar or wheel boss on a shaft obtained by expanding the collar or boss by heating to enable it to be threaded onto the shaft and then allowing it to cool, or by freezing the shaft to reduce its diameter to enable it to be threaded into the collar or boss and then allowing the shaft temperature to rise

sliding fit: a fit that enables one part to be inserted into another by sliding or pushing, rather than by hammering

epileptic fit: a sudden attack of epilepsy, involving loss of consciousness with or without convulsions

fainting fit: a faint ; a blackout

fighting fit: If you describe someone as fighting fit, you are emphasizing that they are very fit or healthy.

fit a lock: The lock on something such as a door or a drawer is the device which is used to keep it shut and prevent other people from opening it. Locks are opened with a key .

have a fit: If you say that someone will have a fit when they hear about something, you mean that they will be very angry or shocked .

strategic fit: (in business) the degree to which the activities of different sections of a business or businesses working together complement one another to achieve competitive advantage and business success

to see fit: 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.

fit a device: A device is an object that has been invented for a particular purpose, for example for recording or measuring something.

fit the bill: If you say that someone or something fits the bill or fills the bill, you mean that they are suitable for a particular job or purpose.

fit to kill: excessively; immoderately

interference fit: a match between the size and shape of two parts, such that force is required for assembly as one part is slightly larger than the other

keep-fit class: an exercise class designed to promote physical fitness

fit as a fiddle: Someone who is as fit as a fiddle is very healthy and full of energy .

fit like a glove: to be exactly the right shape or size, or to be exactly right or appropriate in some other way

fit to be tied: very angry

goodness of fit: the extent to which observed sample values of a variable approximate to values derived from a theoretical density, often measured by a chi-square test

give a person a fit: to surprise a person in an outrageous manner

in a fit of pique: If someone does something in a fit of pique, they do it suddenly because they are annoyed at being not treated properly.

not in a fit state: If you say that someone is not in a fit state to do something, you mean that they are too upset or ill to do it.

to fit like a glove: If you say that something fits like a glove, you are emphasizing that it fits exactly .

conniption: a fit of rage or tantrums

to fit the bill to fill the bill: If you say that someone or something fits the bill or fills the bill, you mean that they are suitable for a particular job or purpose.

to click into place to fall/fit into place: If you have been trying to understand something puzzling and then everything falls into place or clicks into place, you suddenly understand how different pieces of information are connected and everything becomes clearer.

to fall into place: If things fall into place, events happen naturally to produce a situation you want .

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Однокоренные слова:

fit in - подходить, приспосабливать, приспосабливаться, приноравливать
fit on - примерять, пригонять
fit out - снарядить, снаряжать, снабжать, снабжать необходимым, экипировать
fit up - собирать, снаряжать, оснащать, отделывать, снабжать, монтировать, экипировать

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