a set of clothes made of the same material, usually including a short coat〔jacket〕 with trousers or a skirt
case in a lawcourt; legal proceedings
look attractive on (sb)
be convenient for or acceptable to (sb)
be right or beneficial for (sb/sth)
"they buried him in his best suit"
"the family brought suit against the landlord"
"all the suits care about is the bottom line"
"its was a brief and intense courtship"
"a flush is five cards in the same suit"
"in bridge you must follow suit"
"what suit is trumps?"
"This suits my needs"
"This time suits me"
"This kind of behavior does not suit a young woman!"
"Mourning becomes Electra"
"This behavior doesn't suit you!"
She was keen to file suit in the United States.
出自： H. Evans
He's been an expert witness in..medical malpractice suits.
出自： E. Segal
Only when everyone is suited up is the order given to tackle a disorderly crowd.
The hours of work don't suit with his lifestyle.
He is not suited to be a teacher.
误 She is not suited by the red cap.
正 The red cap does not suit her.