to-be suitable to to accommodate in order to become
- accord or comport with
- become ideal to; to suit; to be.
Verb originating from noun and adjective 'fit'.Always make use of when we want to say that anything fit a person or visual appearance
mid-15c., from be- + fit (v.). Related: Befitted; befitting.
(v. t.) Is ideal to; to suit; in order to become.
In material prosperity the progress of the island from 1902 to 1906 was very great; but in its politics, various social and economic elements, and political habits and examples of Spanish provenience that ill befit a democracy, led once more to revolution.