Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) be socially compatible with other members of a group, integrate successfully
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fit in with a group/organization
To 'fit in' is a phrasal verb meaning to integrate successfully or to socially be compatible in a group or organisation. If you 'fit in' you conform to the norms of the group you are a part of. This is a term you will hear used in social and professional contexts.
Social Examples (Basic)
The girl was unhappy at the school becauseshe didn't fit in with the other students.
I just don't fit in here, said the man to his boss when he tendered his resignation.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Employees that undergo cultural and language training in their new country of residence report feeling like theyfit inmore in their new team than employees that don't take the training.
The kind of people whofit in here are highly innovative and data-driven.
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