fit\ on


fit\ on
1. III
fit on smth. / smth. on / fit on a coat (a new hat, etc.) примерять / мерить / пальто и т. д.
2)
fit smth. on fit the handle (the lid, the chain, etc.) on приделывать / прилаживать / ручку и т. д.; I can't make the cover of the tin fit on я не могу закрыть банку крышкой / подогнать крышку к банке /
2. XII
have smth. fitted on I had a new dress fitted on мне мерили новое платье, у меня была примерка

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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