fit in

World English Dictionary
fit in
1.  (tr) to give a place or time to: if my schedule allows it, I'll fit you in
2.  (intr, adverb) to belong or conform, esp after adjustment: he didn't fit in with their plans

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Idioms & Phrases

fit in

  1. Also, fit into. Provide a place or time for. For example, We can't fit in another appointmentthere's no time, or That tree won't fit into the hole you've dug. [Late 1600s]

  2. fit in with. Be suited to, belong. For example, I just don't fit in with this group, or Her mood fitted in with the sad occasion.

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