Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

suit down to the ground

suit down to the ground
1) something or someone is completely suitable or absolutely right for a situation or purpose
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    • that suits me down to the ground
  • Analysis
    If you say something 'suits somebody down to the ground', you might mean that it is perfect for him or her in terms of matching their skills or abilities, or their likes and dislikes. It can also be used to express that something is convenient. This is an idiomatic expression that can be used in professional and social contexts.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. I saw a job vacancy that would suit you down to the ground. You'd be perfect for it!
    2. I have to say, that dress looks great on you. It suits you down to the ground.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. Privatising the transport network would suit the government down to the ground.
    2. An office on the ground floor would suit us down to the ground. It would be easily accessible for our older clients.
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