«I! groups of listeners; a flat suitable for 1 nn^k' man; a tool proper for this job. f.jmmi (il управляет предложным дополнением for smth. и субъект- it i.i м ti )i ij) и н н т н в о м в том же зиа- ........г fit for duty; fit for a king; fit to
i ljjшнапс] an army. Слово Fitting управ- Jiitir преимущественно предлпж-
111,1 м дополнением to smlh,: fitting to (lie illume.
Дли слова apt предложное управление пооГще нехарактерно.
|Г, Синонимы suitable. Fit, appropri- iiiv, proper и Fitting сочетаются с назва ниями лиц, вещей, свойств, действий, мест, отрезков примени, мыслей н в ы с к а -
1 и няни й; слово apt сочетается пре имущественно, а слова happy и Felici tous — исключительно с существитель ными. обозначающими мысли, а ы - | к ты в а и я о илн языковые с р i1 д с. т в а (примеры см. TiJ.
jllj Mrs. Merrill was a woman of su- iit'rmr mind and education who found herself, in her own estimation, hard put
lo it for suitable companionship in Chicago (Th. Dreiser, ‘The Titan'). The piece of land most suitable for this purpose,
ii lot lying a little way from the river- -li.Tiik (Th. Dreiser, ‘The Titan). Bless you, no! They (buildings) are small Nf lairs, suitable only to spend a few hours iri on summer afternoons (M. Dodge, ’The Silver Skates'). ..there’s a house .. :md a good house, too, that goes with U\t position. U чюиЫпЧ—no it wouldn't lie very suitable for a single man (A. J. Cronin, ‘The Citadel'). IF he can find me another tenant, whom 1 consider suitable, I may cancel the agreement (E. M. Forster. 'Howards Ena). ..if the accused opened the olher (door) .. there came a lady, the most suitable lor his ytars and station., (Г. R. Stockton, 'The Lady, or the Tiger?').. There is some thing in its succulent solidity, which makes it suitable to people ‘of a certain position’ (J. Galsworthy, 'The Л1 on of Property'). Her clothes were not suitable for fall wearing (Th. Dreiser, ’Sister Car rie'). ..he built Stone Lodge, and was now looking about for a suitable opportunity of making an arithmetical figure in Par liament (Ch. Dickens, 'Hard Times’). It’s scandalous] It was downright wicked of you to run away as you did. We could have found something more suitable for you to do (A. J. Cronin, ‘Hatter's Castle').
And Mrs. Cowperwood, In spile of tlu' difference in their years, appeared to be a fit mate for him at this time (Th. Dr ri ser, ‘The Financier'). Do you think now after what he did Parnell was a fit man to lead us? (J. Joyce, ’Dubliners'). ..we may hope for a royal resting-place—good beds, warm rooms and something fit to eat (M. Dodge, 'The Silver Skates'). ..I am about fit to be a revolutionary cab-horse ,. and do the party’s drudge- work (E. Voynich, ‘The Gadfly'). ..the people most fit for such jobs are those who .. have had most practice in taking their own line.. (J. Galsworthy. 'Er\d of the Chapter'). This mournful and restless sound was a lit accompaniment lo my meditations (J. Conrad. ‘Lord Jim'). ..as he groped in his polyglot vocabulary for ■words, debating over words he knew were fit but which he feared he could not pronounce.. (J. London. 'Martin Eden').
..(she) had learned that life never gives us what we want al the moment that we consider appropriate (E. M. For ster, VI Passage to India'). ..the old- established and most appropriate dress of the f i el d-wo man, which the young ones were abandoning (Th, Hardy, ‘Jude the Obscure'). ! Je looked round for approv al at Lhe use of this appropriate and noble sounding word (A. J. Cronin, ‘Hat ter's Castle').
if lhat girl had proper opportunity to dress, Mr, Eden .. you would he fairly dazzled by her and so would all men (J. London. ‘Martin Eden'). He under stood Lhe .. delicate nature of this work, and would he pleased to withdraw till the proper time arrived for him to speak (I7. Norris, ‘ The Octopus'), She will make him a very proper wife (J. Austen, 'Pride and Prejudice'), I could not go to his assistance, because, as ill luck would have it, we had not taken the proper precautions to bring out a spare pole with us (J. Ki, Jerome, 'Three Men in a Boat'). There was a fair chance lhat the ranch would be idle for wrant of proper machin ery (F. Norris, 'The Octopus'). Mr. Isaaks has advanced its 50 pounds to pay off our debts, and to get a proper outfit for James (0. Wilde, ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray').
We drank our tea. At last George thought it was a fitting lime to begin (C. P. Snow. ‘Time о/ Hope'). ..news Fitting to the