kitted out/up; kitting out/up; kits out/up
: to give (someone or something) the clothing or equipment needed for a particular activity
The team was kitted out in new uniforms.
The room was kitted out with balloons and decorations for the party.
Recent Examples on the Web Think of it as being able to kit out your character in a video game in one-of-a-kind clothing that no one else can own. —Bernard Marr, Forbes, 31 Jan. 2022 In 2017 Julianne Hough and Brooks Laich—who would divorce five years later—married in Idaho and had a furniture brand kit out their rehearsal dinner. —Mattie Kahn, Town & Country, 7 Aug. 2022 Those looking to complete the designer look can kit out their home with a fresh line of Gucci decor offerings, from chairs and blankets to candles and cushions. —Helena Madden, ELLE Decor, 27 July 2022 Spicewalla, founded by chef Meherwan Irani, is one of our favorite spice companies, and this 10-pack of spices is an excellent way to kit out your kitchen. —Mackenzie Chung Fegan, Bon Appétit, 13 July 2022 Then, be sure to check out the best smart home devices and the best smart security systems to fully kit out your home. —Brittany Vincent, BGR, 3 Dec. 2021 There’s a teeth whitening kit out there for everybody. —Popular Science, 22 Feb. 2021 Shelly Begay, a Diné medical assistant at Utah Navajo Health System’s Monument Valley Clinic, carries a patient’s coronavirus test kit out of the mobile triage unit for transport and testing on Aug., 24, 2020. —Zak Podmore, The Salt Lake Tribune, 15 Jan. 2021 The office also bought body armor, shields and tactical gear to kit out rifles with scopes, flashlights and 30-round magazines, purchasing records show. —AZCentral.com, 27 Dec. 2020 See More
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