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verb

(tr, adverb) to equip; supply with necessary or new equipment, clothes, etc

noun fit-out

the act of equipping or supplying with necessary or new equipment; refurbishment

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fit out

Also, fit up. Equip or supply what is needed, as in They promised to fit out the expedition free of charge. This expression, dating from the late 1600s, originally was confined to furnishing a ship or other vessel with supplies, repairs, and the like. By the 1720s it was being used more broadly, as it still is.

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