fit the bill fit the bill


  • (v) be what is needed or be good enough for what is required


  1. That reduces the odds of them all independently just happening to fit the bill.
  2. Sad to say, but a lot of today's rappers fit the bill.
  3. Some analysts argue that Apple should abandon innovation in favor of building a cheaper box; a $500 iMac would fit the bill.


  • Council "Floats" Pool Decision In Olney

    Some citizens in Olney asked the City Council if they could fit the bill to open up the City Pool. Councilors are entertaining the idea but want to work out a few issues first.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Newschannel 6 Wichita Falls

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languish languish
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