|Origin:||siute 'act of following, group of helpers', from Vulgar Latin sequita, from sequere; SUE|
suit1 S2 W3 [countable]
a set of clothes made of the same material, usually including a jacket with trousers or a skirt: ➔ morning suit
a grey light-weight suit
a business suit
a tweed suit
She was wearing a black trouser suit.
a piece of clothing or a set of clothes used for swimming, running etc ➔ boiler suit, shell suit, sweat suit, tracksuit, wet suit
a problem or complaint that a person or company brings to a court of law to be settled [= lawsuit]:
Johnson has filed suit against her.
a man, especially a manager, who works in an office and who has to wear a suit when he is at work:
I bought myself a mobile phone and joined the other suits on the train to the City.
one of the four types of cards in a set of playing cards
something that you are good at:
Sympathy is not Jack's strong suit.