I'll fit you out so you'll be a great success.
It had been fitted out as a tiny home office.
Fitting out was estimated to have cost a further £6,864.
To be able to fit out the small opening, they all went on a diet.
First thing on Monday morning, she'd take the child into town and fit her out with an entire new set.
"I think even their beds would fit out the hall window."
The church was built in 1808-09 but not finally fitted out until 1817.
I want you to fit out a salvage project right away.
She thought: What kind of government agency gets fitted out like this?
I shall have to go home and fit out another.
"You would like me to fit up your entire house?"
The castle was fitted up as a model prison in 1903.
The room adjoining this was fitted up for my study.
But of course you are to fit up the place at your own expense.
"If it costs, say, $5,000 to fit up your house, you might pay that to stay there."
Hamilton later claimed he had been "fitted up" by the police and security services.
She was determined to be independent, and had fitted up a small shop in a poor quarter of the town.
"That you'd fit me up for it because I've been in trouble before."
They're going to fit things up out of the proceeds.
I saw now that the room of the shelter was fitted up as a physical laboratory.