Definition of fitted in English:

fitted

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adjective

  • 1Made or shaped to fill a space or to cover something closely or exactly.

    ‘the blouse has a fitted bodice’
    • ‘navy blue fitted sheets’
    • ‘They wore cornflower blue strapless fitted bodices with fishtail shaped skirts and carried hand-tied bouquets of white carnations and pale blue freesia.’
    • ‘The bride wore an ivory dress with fitted bodice and straps covered in tiny cream and peach roses and a small trail.’
    • ‘The base pin, which seems to be more closely fitted than on earlier examples, showed no tendency to walk forward under recoil.’
    • ‘I use a fitted sheet because I sleep on a twin futon and the mattress is in two pieces.’
    • ‘Bed-making takes no time with fitted sheets.’
    • ‘The bride wore an ivory gown with a fitted diamanté detailed bodice, a full skirt and train, waist-length veil and diamante tiara.’
    • ‘Then place the fitted sheet back on the mattress.’
    • ‘For 10 bucks extra you could even throw in a fitted sheet.’
    • ‘It had a fitted bodice with small, off-the-shoulder sleeves.’
    • ‘Her dress was simple, with a fitted bodice and short jacket with bell sleeves.’
    • ‘It was pure white, with a fitted bodice that flared gently outwards to form the dress.’
    • ‘These patients also received a fitted incontinence cover.’
    • ‘Even if you have a fitted boat cover, consider adding a tarp over it to protect the cover from bird droppings or other damage.’
    • ‘Trembling, she pushed back the covers and found a fitted, but flowing, white gown hung on her thin frame.’
    • ‘A fitted washable cover is supplied as a standard accessory and protects the fabric covering the seating area.’
    • ‘No raincoat would really be complete without a nice set of fitted boots to cover the feet of your furry friends!’
    • ‘The sheets had all fallen off the bed and even the fitted sheet was coming off.’
    • ‘‘Cloth diapers come in contoured, prefolded and fitted varieties,’ she says.’
    • ‘The dashboard is decorated in purple velour and gold braid, protected from dust by a fitted polythene cover.’
    • ‘If that doesn't ease your pain, try a fitted cushioned seat cover (found in cycling shops and sporting goods stores).’
    shaped, contoured, fitting tightly, fitting well
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    1. 1.1mainly British (of a room) equipped with matching pieces of furniture built to be fixed into a particular space.
      ‘a fitted kitchen’
      • ‘The kitchen area is fully fitted, with breakfast counter, and has utility with bathroom and electric shower off.’
      • ‘Now derelict, the stone property has planning permission to be restored as a four-bedroom home, with one bathroom, two sitting rooms, a dining room and a fitted kitchen.’
      • ‘All units come with fully fitted kitchens and gas-fired central heating.’
      • ‘Just off the living room is a fitted kitchen with shaker style units at floor and eye level.’
      • ‘It is a four-bedroom, three bathroom property with spacious rooms and a fitted kitchen.’
      • ‘Each house will come with a fitted kitchen with custom-built units and chrome handles.’
      • ‘The units will include fully fitted kitchens with electrical appliances, air conditioning, marble floors and an underground parking space.’
      • ‘The ground floor has recently been refurbished to provide new fully fitted kitchens, cold rooms and freezers.’
      • ‘On the production line every last detail is included in the modules - built-in storage space, a fitted kitchen and a bathroom complete down to taps and tiling.’
      • ‘All of the two and three bedroom units will have en suites while all of the apartments will feature fitted kitchens with ceramic floor tiling and integrated appliances.’
      • ‘Standard features include fitted kitchens with Italian floor and wall tiles, fully tiled bathrooms and video security systems.’
  • 2Attached to or provided with a particular component or article.

    • ‘a pistol fitted with a match-grade barrel’
  • 3predicative Having the appropriate qualities or skills to do something.

    • ‘physicists may not be fitted for involvement in industrial processes’
    suited, well suited, right, suitable, ideal
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Pronunciation

fitted

/ˈfidəd/ /ˈfɪdəd/