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idioms involving fit
Throw a fit
To become upset
We have to rush; our boss will throw a fit if we are late.
In fits and starts
In an irregular manner
Our project proceeded in fits and starts until an experienced manager came in to run it.
Fit to be tied
To be extremely angry
When the CEO learned that her accountant had falsified the profit statement, she was fit to be tied.
Fit to kill
To be dressed in a striking manner, dressed to perfection
Most of the women wore business suits to the office Christmas party but Mere-san was dressed fit to kill in a red evening gown.
Fit as a fiddle
Fujii-san complains of occasional chest pains but his doctor says he is fit as a fiddle.