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Fit

Fit, suit, join, 0.1
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  • We fit together perfectly and are well suited for each other, I thought as our mouths finally meet as one under the umbrella.

  • He had such a big mouth that he could easily fit one whole umbrella in it.

  • Meeting of mouths! We fit together so well, darling ;).

  • This umbrella is so small you can only fit one mouth under it (one person).

  • Only one mouth can fit under an umbrella. (If you dont believe me try to fit two and see how they will get wet.)

  • During the meeting of our mouths, I suddenly realized that she would be the perfect fit ;).

  • Note: this does not mean fit as in something fits into something else, ie the dog fits in the dog house. This means something fits you as in it looks good on you, or that suits you well.

  • Remember when we kissed passionately under that tiny umbrella? I got soaked because only one of us could fit under it...!

  • った時間[あ]合わせをしなけばならない。

    We must make up for lost time.

  • かれはなかなか[あ]合ってつきあいにくいだ。

    He is rather hard to get along with.

  • かれらは音楽[あ]合わせておどっていました。

    They were dancing to the music.

  • メアリーとどうして[あ]合いになったのですか。

    How did you get to know Mary?

  • ジーンズはどんなにも[あ]合う。

    Jeans go with everything.

  • モダンジャズはしゅみ[あ]合わない。

    Modern jazz is not to my taste.

  • さんはがニムロッド・ニックと[あ]合っていることをってかんかんにおこった。

    When my dad found out that I've been going out with Nimrod Nick, he blew his top.

  • He was in time for the appointment.

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  • あ.う
  • 1. To come together
    2. To fit
    3. To be profitable
    4. To do ... to each other
  • あ.い
  • 1. Between-season wear
    2. Together
    3. Condition
    4. -ish
  • あ.わす
  • 1. To match (rhythm speed etc.)
    2. To join together
    3. To face
    4. To compare
    5. To cause to meet (e.g. an unpleasant fate)
    6. To place together
    7. To mix
    8. To put blade to blade
  • あ.わせる
  • 1. To match (rhythm speed etc.)
    2. To join together
    3. To face
    4. To compare
    5. To cause to meet (e.g. an unpleasant fate)
    6. To place together
    7. To mix
    8. To put blade to blade