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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Furniture
fittedfit‧ted /ˈfɪtɪd/ adjective  1 be fitted with something2 British English [only before noun]DHF built, made, or cut to fit a particular space a fitted wardrobe a fitted kitchen fitted carpets3 [only before noun] fitted clothes are designed so that they fit closely to someone’s body opp loose a fitted black jacket4 British English [not before noun]SUITABLE having the right qualities or experience for a particular job syn suited Elinor is well fitted to be the sales manager.
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fittedFlooring should be non-committal: plain, functional cord fitted carpet, or rubber stud flooring.I never saw a fitted carpet.A three-piece suite and coffee table occupied the front half, a fitted kitchen and dinette the rear.Then Miguel himself came round the corner of the villa, dressed in a white open-necked shirt and dark fitted trousers.well fittedIt was well fitted out, with a formidable medicine chest.Exploratory techniques are extremely well fitted to sociolinguistic research.
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