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Detailed Translations for suit from English to Spanish

suit:

Conjugations for suit:

present
  1. suit
  2. suit
  3. suits
  4. suit
  5. suit
  6. suit
simple past
  1. suited
  2. suited
  3. suited
  4. suited
  5. suited
  6. suited
present perfect
  1. have suited
  2. have suited
  3. has suited
  4. have suited
  5. have suited
  6. have suited
past continuous
  1. was suiting
  2. were suiting
  3. was suiting
  4. were suiting
  5. were suiting
  6. were suiting
future
  1. shall suit
  2. will suit
  3. will suit
  4. shall suit
  5. will suit
  6. will suit
continuous present
  1. am suiting
  2. are suiting
  3. is suiting
  4. are suiting
  5. are suiting
  6. are suiting
subjunctive
  1. be suited
  2. be suited
  3. be suited
  4. be suited
  5. be suited
  6. be suited
diverse
  1. suit!
  2. let's suit!
  3. suited
  4. suiting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

suit [the ~] noun

  1. the suit (costume; tailor-made suit)
    el traje; el terno
  2. the suit (two-piece suit)
    el traje

Translation Matrix for suit:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aparecer appearance
salir depart; leave; leaving
terno costume; suit; tailor-made suit
traje costume; suit; tailor-made suit; two-piece suit attire; backpack; costume; dress; folkloric costume; gown; hotchpotch; jumble; knapsack; medley; mishmash; regional attire; regional costume; regional dress; rucksack; wear
- case; causa; cause; courting; courtship; lawsuit; suit of clothes; wooing
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abrirse be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit come open; come out of the shell; fall open; make public; open; open up; publish; release; turn on; uncover; unlock; unscrew
adaptarse adjust; conform to; go along with; resign oneself to the inevitable; settle oneself; suit acclimatise; acclimatize; adapt; adjust; aquire; be corrupted; change over; conform to; convert; degenerate; familiarise; familiarize; fit in; get acclimatized; get used to; grow accustomed to; join; learn; master; settle down; switch over
adaptarse a adjust; conform to; go along with; resign oneself to the inevitable; settle oneself; suit
agradar enjoy; love; please; pleasures; suit contemplate; do what you think is right; fancy; like; meditate on; muse on; please; ponder on; reflect on; think fit
ajustar be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit adjust; assume; be correct; become; fine tune; fix; presume; reconcile; redeem; redress; repair; restore; sew; snap; stretch; suppose; tighten; tune; tune in
aparecer be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit appear; appear again; arise; attend; be present at; bring to the surface; come out; come out of the shell; come to light; display; dive for; emerge; look; look like; loom up; observe; occur; show up; turn up; witness
arreglárselas be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit bring off; cope; fix; get by; hang out; hang outside; make do; make ends meet; manage; manage on; pull off; scrape along
brotar be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit bubble; come out of the shell; decend from; derive from; originate from; spring from; sprout; stew
conformarse adjust; conform to; go along with; resign oneself to the inevitable; settle oneself; suit
contentar please; suit appease; please; provide gratification; satisfy; suffice
convenir be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit; suit one's convenience agree; agree on; arrange; be convenient to; become; come to an agreement; concur; conform to; correspond with; fit; fit in; like; match
dar gust a please; suit
dar gusto enjoy; love; please; pleasures; suit brighten; charm; cheer; delight; enchant; fascinate; gladden; make happy; make someone glad; make someone happy; oblige someone with; ravish
dar satisfacción a please; suit
embellecer become; flatter; suit beautify; deck out; decorate; doll up; dress o.s. up; dress up; embellish; fit out; furnish; garnish; trim
favorecer become; flatter; suit donate; favor; favour; give; give preference; privilege
gustar enjoy; love; please; pleasures; suit allure; be fond of; charm; delight; do what you think is right; enchant; enjoy; fancy; fascinate; have a taste for; like; please; relish; savor; savour; taste; taste beforehand; think fit; try
resultar be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit arise from; be fulfilled; come to light; come true; end; evolve out of; originate from; stem from
salir be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit abandon; be freed from; be fulfilled; be liberated; be off; be on the razzle; be on the spree; break away; break away from; break up; clear off; come out; come true; defect; depart; depart from; desert; do a moonlight flit; drive to the end; drive to the finish; drop out; elude; end; escape; excerpt; exit; extract; fall vacant; feast; finish the race; get away; get off; get out; get undone; go; go away; go out; go with the wind; going out; grease; hike; jut out; leave; leave for; pull out; quit; retire; revel; ride out; ride to the end; ride to the finish; rub in; run away; run off; sail; secede from; set out; smear; stand in front; start; step out; take off; travel; travel about; unpick; untie; walk away; walk off; walk out; withdraw
ser adecuado be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit
ser claro be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit
ser evidente be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit
ser manifiesto be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit
tener suficiente be all right; be fit; be right; be suitable; befit; suit
- accommodate; become; befit; beseem; fit
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
salir issue
- adjust; cut to length; fit

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Related Definitions for "suit":

  1. a comprehensive term for any proceeding in a court of law whereby an individual seeks a legal remedy1
    • the family brought suit against the landlord1
  2. a set of garments (usually including a jacket and trousers or skirt) for outerwear all of the same fabric and color1
    • they buried him in his best suit1
  3. playing card in any of four sets of 13 cards in a pack; each set has its own symbol and color1
    • a flush is five cards in the same suit1
    • in bridge you must follow suit1
    • what suit is trumps?1
  4. a petition or appeal made to a person of superior status or rank1
  5. a man's courting of a woman; seeking the affections of a woman (usually with the hope of marriage)1
  6. (slang) a businessman dressed in a business suit1
    • all the suits care about is the bottom line1
  7. accord or comport with1
    • This kind of behavior does not suit a young woman!1
  8. be agreeable or acceptable to1
    • This suits my needs1
  9. enhance the appearance of1
    • This behavior doesn't suit you!1
  10. be agreeable or acceptable1
    • This time suits me1

Wiktionary Translations for suit:

suit
noun
  1. suit of clothes
  2. law: lawsuit
  3. card games: set of cards distinguished by color and emblems
verb
  1. to be fitted to

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
suit convenir; acomodar schikken — goed uitkomen
suit naipe Farbe — zusammengehörige Spielkarten in verschiedenen Kartenspielen
suit traje Kostüm — Damenkleidung, die aus Rock und Jacke besteht
suit traje Anzugzweiteilige (Jacke und Hose) oder dreiteilige (Jacke, Hose und Weste) Bekleidung für Herren
suit traje costume — Habit d’homme
suit vestir; vestirse habiller — Mettre des habits à quelqu’un…
suit jersey; pañal maillot — (vieilli) vête|fr lange dont on enveloppe un enfant au berceau.
suit revestir; enfundar; poner; sobreponer; revocar revêtirpourvoir de vêtements quelqu’un qui en a besoin.
suit vestir vêtirhabiller, couvrir d’un vêtement.

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