fit the bill


fit the bill
Fit the bill
If something fits the bill, it is what is required for the task.

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  • fit the bill — ► to be suitable for a particular purpose: »Some travel policies don t fit the bill, because they limit the amount of time you can spend abroad. Main Entry: ↑fit …   Financial and business terms

  • fit\ the\ bill — • fit the bill • fill the bill v. phr. informal To be just what is needed; be good enough for something; be just right. The boss was worried about hiring a deaf boy, but after he tried Tom out for a few weeks, he said that Tom filled the bill. I… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • fit the bill — ► fit the bill be suitable for a particular purpose. Main Entry: ↑bill …   English terms dictionary

  • fit the bill — verb be what is needed or be good enough for what is required Does this restaurant fit the bill for the celebration? • Syn: ↑fill the bill • Hypernyms: ↑meet, ↑fit, ↑conform to • Verb Frames …   Useful english dictionary

  • fit the bill — See: FILL THE BILL …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • fit the bill — See: FILL THE BILL …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • fit the bill — British, American & Australian, American & Australian to have the qualities or experience which are needed. I m looking for someone with several years of publishing experience and you seem to fit the bill. The city needs a strong leader, and the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fit the bill —    If something fits the bill, it is what is required for the task.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If someone or something fits the bill, they are exactly right for a particular situation.     They wanted a quiet place to stay and the… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • fit the bill — to have the qualities that someone needs or has asked for We need a fast car, and this one fits the bill …   English dictionary

  • Fit the bill —   If something fits the bill, it is what is required for the task …   Dictionary of English idioms