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Verb: fit in
Meaning: to have enough space for something or someone.
Tom complains that his new phone is too big and that it won’t fit in his pants.
I don’t think this is the box that this toy came in; it won’t fit in.
She bought him a camera that was too big to fit in his shirt pocket.
I didn’t have enough space to fit my lunch in the bag.
We want a government so small it can fit in a vagina.
How many people can fit in this room?
How many people can fit in your car?
That desk does not fit in this room.
Nothing else will fit in the trunk.
This key doesn’t fit in the lock.
I didn’t have time to FIT IN another appointment.
Meaning: to be accepted or belong to a group, plan, or situation.
I will not be able to fit in with the city life.
I just never seemed to fit in there.
Tom is doing his best to fit in.
Tom doesn’t fit in here at all.
Forty people can’t fit in here.
Tom just doesn’t fit in here.
Tom is fitting in very well.
I just don’t fit in anymore.
Tom has trouble fitting in.
It doesn’t fit in my plan.
I don’t think I’d fit in.
I can’t fit in with them.
Tom doesn’t fit in here.
You don’t fit in here.
I just want to fit in.
You’ll fit in well.
Tom is fitting in.
Tom will fit in.
I didn’t FIT IN with the other people working there so I left and found another job.