fit in (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb fit in (2).

Meaning: If you fit in, you are accepted by a group of people and seen as "one of them".

For example:

  • fit in When my daughter starts at a new school, she has no trouble fitting in.

  • fit in with sth/sb Barry started his new job in China and he tried to fit in with the local staff, but it was difficult because most of them didn't speak much English.

Quick Quiz:

After our new player joined the team, he had trouble fitting in. The other players

a. troubled him

b. rejected him

c. accepted him

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Contributor: Matt Errey