试穿, 试衣, 装配, 装置
adj.being precisely fitting and right
○ it is only meet that she should be seated first
adj.in harmony with the spirit of particular persons or occasion
○ We have come to dedicate a portion of that field...It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this
n.putting clothes on to see whether they fit
n.a small and often standardized accessory to a larger system
Use of this stitch permits accurate fitting and joining.
I think this is a fitting name because many fossils are found buried in the rocks and must be uncovered by the geologists or paleontologists.
A pair of tight - fitting eyeglASses,often tinted or having side shields,worn to protect the eyes from hazards such AS dust,glare,or flying debris.
My patron lying at home longer than usual, without fitting out his ship, which, AS I heard, wAS for want of money
Although many astigmatics Can wear contact lenses successfully, prescribing and fitting them Can be complex
A Buna-N Cable grommet or a strain relief fitting shall be provided in addition to the epoxy sealed leads.
Sarah Cohen, the manger of the Knightsbridge branch of the underwear specialists Rigby and Peller, says part of the problem is ill- fitting bras
Some art historians have difficulty fitting Edgar Degas into a more narrowly conceived definition of impressionism
It is a fitting evening FOR a dance.
You can come FOR a fitting three days later.