See also: fit-up

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  • (file)

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fit up (third-person singular simple present fits up, present participle fitting up, simple past and past participle fitted up)

  1. (criminology, slang) Conspire to incriminate falsely a presumably innocent person.
    The gun was placed in her car in an effort to fit her up.
  2. To furnish with suitable things; to prepare; to fit out.
    to fit up a room for a guest
    The shoemaker will fit you up with a fine pair of boots.
  3. (obsolete) To create a set or performance venue; to make a venue ready for a performance.
    We will finish fitting up the stage by the time the show starts.

SynonymsEdit

  • (conspire to incriminate): frame

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