Definition of 'suited'
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She had put on weight, too, now that she was eating a diet more suited to her Harshini metabolism. TREASON KEEP (2001)Sometimes I think I might have been better suited to a career in psychotherapy. KICK BACK (2001)The South African school year began not in September but in January, which suited his plans. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)
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British English: suited ADJECTIVE
If something is well suited to a particular purpose, it is right or appropriate for that purpose. If someone is well suited to a particular job, they are right or appropriate for that job.
The area is well suited to road cycling as well as off-road riding.
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