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Phrasal Verb of the Day

fit in (1)

Today: Wed, 10 Feb 2016

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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

Phrasal Verb quizzes

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