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fit–up

noun

Definition of fit–up

plural

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  1. 1 British a :  a place (as an inn or hall) fitted up as a temporary theater or stage meager productions in village fit-upsCountry Life; also :  the makeshift or improvised scenery and properties used or carried by a traveling theatrical company b or fit–up company :  a traveling theatrical group that carries its own scenery and properties I started my stage training … in a fit-up companyListener

  2. 2 :  6fit 1c

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Origin and Etymology of fit–up

fit up


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fit–up

adjective \"\

Definition of fit–up

  1. :  of or relating to a fit-up having played much in inns and similar fit-up places — Arnold Bennett

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