fit in (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb fit in (1).

Meaning: to have enough space for something, or to have enough time for something

For example:

  • fit in My car's got a small boot and the golf clubs won't fit in. They're too long.

  • fit sth/sb in I don't have time to see him today, but I might be able to fit him in tomorrow.

Quick Quiz:

The bag wouldn't fit in the overhead compartment on the plane because

a. the compartment was too big

b. the bag was too small

c. the bag was too big

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