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verb (tr, adverb)
(often foll by with) to equip or providethe optician will soon fit you up with a new pair of glasses
British slang to incriminate (someone) on a false charge; framehe was fitted up for the bank job
theatre slang a stage and accessories that can be erected quickly for plays
British slang a frame-up
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How to use fit up in a sentence
So I want you to fit up this roof of the kitchen exactly in the way you arranged the garden on the roof at Cherub Court.The Garret and the Garden|R.M. Ballantyne
For I imagine that anyone can, in five minutes, fit up an hypothesis quite as valuable as Mr. Humphreys'.Adventures in Criticism|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
When we return to Warsaw, I will fit up a studio, and we will live as in heaven.Hania|Henryk Sienkiewicz
It is much easier to fit up a proper apparatus of this kind, than most practical men imagine.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
The company can command me for one thousand dollars cash beside to fit up their parlors if the organization is named for me.The Cleverdale Mystery or, The Machine and its Wheels|W. A. Wilkins