[ UK /fˈɪtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈfɪtɝ/ ]
  1. someone who fits a garment to a particular person
  1. improved in health or physical condition
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How To Use fitter In A Sentence

  • Getting fitter can boost your metabolism and help you burn off the calories. The Sun
  • He is a mechanical fitter by trade and he hopes to return to working on the railways.
  • The new Chisholm Jacket combines western fashion from the 1940s with the modern fit and tailoring that Schaefer Outfitter is known for.
  • Women engine fitters also undertake major overhauls on liquid- and air-cooled motors and instruction is given in the maintenance of variable-pitch airscrews.
  • Often treated as a separate craft in the open shop, welders are supplied by several unions in the organized sector, such as the boilermakers, plumbers and pipefitters' and ironworkers' unions.
  • They are the official school outfitters.
  • The term 'dysgenics' was first used by David Starr Jordan in 1915 when he postulated that wars killed off the fitter men while the less fit were left at home. Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • We've got a welder and fitter / armourer here, the welder does repairs if there's any cracks in the vehicle.
  • To make it more of a challenge for her fitter students, she relies on an array of aqua accessories, such as webbed gloves that increase resistance and foam dumbbells that help mimic land-based strength exercises. New workout programs show that pools can attract exercisers of all ages
  • 'I intend to delate mysell to the Presbytery,' said Steenie, 'and tell them all I have seen last night, whilk are things fitter for them to judge of than a borrel man like me.' Redgauntlet
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