fit out meaning

  "fit out" in a sentence
  • Verb: fit out  fit awt
    1. Provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose
      - equip, fit, outfit 
    2. Provide with clothes or put clothes on
      - dress, clothe, enclothe, garb, raiment [archaic], tog, garment, habilitate [archaic], apparel

    Derived forms: fitted out, fits out, fitting out

    Type of: change state, furnish, provide, render, supply, turn

  • [American slang]
    v. To give things needed; furnish. The soldiers were fitted out with guns and clothing. The government fitted out warships and got sailors for them. The house was fitted out very nicely. He fitted his room up as a photographic laboratory.


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  1. a king who is blessed will fit out a navy and will be reckoned the twelfth in the court among the saints
  2. vancol added that if nike reached an agreement with the faf it would fit out the national soccer team with nike equipment
  3. Gentlemen, merchants and sea captains combined to fit out ships.
  4. The chaps were looking remarkably fit out there this afternoon.
  5. They would build, maintain and fit out the king s navy.

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