Any of four sets of 13 cards in a pack; each suit has its own symbol and color.
A petition or appeal made to a person of superior status or rank; SYN. suing.
ETYM Old Eng. suite, French suite, Old Fren. suite, sieute, from suivre to follow, Old Fren. sivre; perhaps influenced by Latin secta. Related to Sue to follow, and cf. Sect, Suite.
Sinonimi: suit of clothes
A set of garments for outerwear all of the same fabric and color; SYN. suit of clothes.
Two- or three-piece outfit consisting of a jacket and trousers of the same material, sometimes accompanied by a waistcoat, or, for women, a jacket and skirt. Suits are used for formal occasions or as professional/executive working clothes, although more casually styled suits have been made popular by designers such as Giorgio Armani and Gianni Versace.
1. To be agreeable or acceptable to; SYN. accommodate, fit.
2. To be agreeable or acceptable