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Running around after the kids keeps me fit.
McCarthy hopes to be fit for the match on Saturday.
You have to be reasonably fit to do this job.
I need to get fit before the football season starts.
He seems to think that typing documents is all I'm fit for.
The house was not fit for human habitation.
He is not fit to be a teacher.
That wine is not fit to drink.
She made me a dress that was fit for a queen.
This is the American English definition of fit. View British English definition of fit.
a particle that is smaller than an atom and has no electrical charge
… to reveal a small part of your intentions in order to attract support, without actually committing yourself to doing anythingadd a word
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