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suit up

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VerbEdit

suit up (third-person singular simple present suits up, present participle suiting up, simple past and past participle suited up)

  1. (intransitive) To don a suit, such as a spacesuit or a formal suit.
    • 1983, Gregory Benford, Against Infinity
      Each day for three weeks they suited up and went out to the module and fed it.
  2. (transitive) To clothe, to put clothes on (someone).

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