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suit /suːt, sjuːt $ suːt/ noun [countable]
suit verb [transitive]

خواستگاری دعوی ، انطباق ، منطبق کردن ، درخواست ، تقاضا ، دادخواست ، عرضحال ، مرافعه ، یکدست لباس ، پیروان ، خدمتگزاران ، ملتزمین ، توالی ، تسلسل ، نوع ، مناسب بودن ، وفق دادن ، جور کردن ، خواست دادن ، تعقیب کردن ، خواستگاری کردن ، جامه ، لباس دادن به ، قانون ـ فقه: متناسب یا مناسب کردن
- outfit, clothing, costume, dress, ensemble, habit
- lawsuit, action, case, cause, proceeding, prosecution, trial
- be acceptable to, do, gratify, please, satisfy
- befit, agree, become, go with, harmonize, match, tally
Contrasted words: clash, conflict, disaccord, disagree, discontent, displease, dissatisfy, disappoint, fail, let down
Related Idioms: be in accord with, check out to the letter, answer a need (or the purpose), hit the spot
Related Words: asking, request, requesting, solicitation, soliciting, harmonize (with), benefit, please, satisfy

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. suit1 S2 W3 /suːt, sjuːt $ suːt/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: siute 'act of following, group of helpers', from Vulgar Latin sequita, from sequere; sue]

1. CLOTHES a set of clothes made of the same material, usually including a jacket with trousers or a skirt:
a grey lightweight suit
a business suit
a tweed suit
She was wearing a black trouser suit.morning suit

2. bathing/jogging etc suit a piece of clothing or a set of clothes used for swimming, running etc ⇒ boiler suit, shell suit, sweat suit, tracksuit, wet suit

3. LAW a problem or complaint that a person or company brings to a court of law to be settled Synonym : lawsuit:
Johnson has filed suit against her.
a civil suit

4. OFFICE WORKER informal a man, especially a manager, who works in an office and who has to wear a suit when he is at work:
I bought myself a mobile phone and joined the other suits on the train to the City.

5. CARDS one of the four types of cards in a set of playing cards

6. sb’s strong suit something that you are good at:
Sympathy is not Jack’s strong suit.
in your birthday suit at birthday(3), ⇒ follow suit at follow(14)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. suit2 S3 W3 verb [transitive]

1. to be acceptable, suitable, or convenient for a particular person or in a particular situation:
Whatever your reason for borrowing, we have the loan that suits your needs.
There’s a range of restaurants to suit all tastes.
There are countryside walks to suit everyone.
We have gifts to suit every pocket (=of all prices).
Either steak or chicken would suit me fine.
The climate there will suit you down to the ground (=suit you very well).
suit something to something
She had the ability to suit her performances to the audience.

2. [not in passive] clothes, colours etc that suit you make you look attractive:
That coat really suits Paul.
Red suits you.
Jill’s new hairstyle doesn’t really suit her.

3. best/well/ideally/perfectly etc suited to/for something to have the right qualities to do something:
The activity holidays on offer are really best suited to groups.
land well suited for agriculture
the candidate most ideally suited to doing the job

4. suit yourself spoken used to tell someone they can do whatever they want to, even though it annoys you or you think they are not doing the right thing:
‘Mind if I sit here?’ he said gently. ‘Suit yourself.’

5. suit sb’s book British English informal to fit well into someone’s plans

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. set of clothes
ADJ. designer, elegant, immaculate, smart, well-cut | ill-fitting | off-the-peg | best, good He wore his one good suit to the interview.
tailored | double-breasted, single-breasted | one-piece, three-piece, two-piece | pinstripe/pinstriped | linen, tweed, etc. | summer | business, dinner, evening, dress, formal, lounge, morning, safari | trouser | bathing, diving, wet | ski
SUIT + NOUN jacket, trousers
PREP. in a ~ Two men in suits came out of the hotel.
PHRASES a suit and tie They won't let you into the restaurant without a suit and tie.
a suit of armour The cavalry wore a suit of light armour and carried a shield.
a suit of clothes We bought the baby a couple of suits of clothes.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. of playing cards
ADJ. trump
VERB + SUIT follow (= play the same suit as the previous player)
SUIT + VERB be trumps Which suit is trumps?
change The suit changed to diamonds.
PREP. from/in a/the ~ All the cards have to be from the same suit.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. admirably, fine, well A camping holiday would suit me fine. You will have to try out the various tennis rackets to find out which one suits you best.
down to the ground (informal), perfectly Country life suits me down to the ground! This arrangement suited me perfectly.
VERB + SUIT seem to | adapt sth to, adjust sth to, be designed to, be tailored to a shampoo designed to suit all hair types

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


suit somebody's needs/requirements
The building has been adapted to suit the needs of older people.
suit somebody's taste
Users can customize the home page to suit their personal tastes.
suit somebody's purpose
It suited her purpose to let him believe the lie.
suit somebody's mood
You can adjust the colour of the lighting to suit your mood.
suit somebody's style
Choose a racket that suits your style of play.
suit the circumstances
When writing emails, most people vary the style to suit the circumstances.
suit the occasion
I thought a simple black dress would suit the occasion.
suit somebody's pocket (=cost as much as they feel they can pay)
The choice is wide, with something to suit everyone's pocket.
suit somebody well
Our new house suits us very well.
suit somebody perfectly
The arrangement suited me perfectly.
suit somebody fine informal:
Either Monday or Tuesday would suit me fine for our meeting.
suit somebody down to the ground informal (=suit someone very well)
Country life suits you down to the ground.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: Short hair suits to her.
GOOD: Short hair suits her.

Usage Note:
If something looks good on someone, it suits them (WITHOUT to ): 'Do you think this colour suits me?' 'That blouse doesn't suit you.'

BAD: Red wine doesn't suit fish.
GOOD: Red wine doesn't go with fish.

Usage Note:
When you are talking about the effect of having two different things together, use go with (NOT suit ): 'I like the wallpaper, but it doesn't go with the carpet.' 'This jacket will go really well with your grey trousers.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

suit (yourself)
to be satisfactory for you.
He was always able to arrange things to suit himself.

Usage notes: often showing you are annoyed:
Suit yourself — as you usually do.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

See: birthday suit , follow suit

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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