US: /ˈsutɪd/
UK: /sˈuːtɪd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

  • tính từ
    • (+for/to) hợp, phù hợp, thích hợp (với ai/cái gì)
    • (tạo thành các tính từ ghép) mặc

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective [not before noun]
1 ~ (to / for sb/sth) right or appropriate for sb/sth: She was ideally suited to the part of Eva Peron. + He is not really suited for a teaching career. + This diet is suited to anyone who wants to lose weight fast. + This was a job to which he seemed well suited.
2 if two people are suited or well suited, they are likely to make a good couple: Jo and I are very well suited. + They were not suited to one another.
3 (-suited) (in compounds) wearing a suit of the type mentioned: sober-suited city businessmen

Thesaurus dictionary

1 adapt, accommodate, fit, adjust, tailor, make appropriate or suitable:
It will require some reorganization to suit the office space to our needs.
2 please, satisfy, fill (someone's) needs, gratify, be acceptable or suitable or convenient to or for, befit; conform to:
Choose whichever room suits you. The schedule does not suit my personal plans at all.
3 jacket and trousers or skirt, outfit, uniform, ensemble, costume, habit; garb, clothing, clothes, livery:
He showed up wearing a new silk suit.
4 lawsuit, action, case, proceeding, process, cause, trial; litigation:
I do not want to enter into a suit over the damage to my car.
5 petition, plea, request, entreaty, prayer, solicitation, application, appeal, supplication; courtship:
The king rejected all suits for his daughter's hand in marriage.

Collocation dictionary


appear, be, seem | make sth


admirably, eminently, especially, particularly, peculiarly, very, well
lands that are well suited to dairy farming
| ideally, perfectly, uniquely
She was ideally suited to the job.
| hardly, not really | ill-, little, not really
a song ill-suited to male voices
| genuinely
Is this a job for which you are genuinely suited?
| naturally | temperamentally


He was not really suited for army life.
| to
an approach especially suited to the adult learner

Concise English dictionary

+meant or adapted for an occasion or use
+outfitted or supplied with clothing
+appropriate for a condition or purpose or occasion or a person's character, needs

+a comprehensive term for any proceeding in a court of law whereby an individual seeks a legal remedy
+a set of garments (usually including a jacket and trousers or skirt) for outerwear all of the same fabric and color
+playing card in any of four sets of 13 cards in a pack; each set has its own symbol and color
+a businessman dressed in a business suit
+a man's courting of a woman; seeking the affections of a woman (usually with the hope of marriage)
+a petition or appeal made to a person of superior status or rank
+be agreeable or acceptable to
+be agreeable or acceptable
+accord or comport with
+enhance the appearance of