English version

befit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbefitbe‧fit /bɪˈfɪt/ verb (befitted, befitting) [transitive] formal  SUITABLEto be proper or suitable for someone or something As befits a castle of such national importance, there are many stories connected with its history.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
befitIt should have been cold and raining as befitted a funeral.They gave him a funeral befitting a national hero.As befits its relatively young geological age, the specimen is preserved with its original shell material.It is an extremely arduous and difficult process, as befits something which is of such vital importance to us.As befits the owners of an elitist newspaper, the Sulzbergers are patricians.They believe, because they want to believe it, that he is offering disinterested advice, as best befits their needs.
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Verb table
befit
Simple Form
Present
itbefits
itbefitted
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Present perfect
ithas befitted
Past perfect
ithad befitted
Future
itwill befit
Future perfect
itwill have befitted
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Continuous Form
Present
itis befitting
itwas befitting
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Present perfect
ithas been befitting
Past perfect
ithad been befitting
Future
itwill be befitting
Future perfect
itwill have been befitting
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