suit (one) down to the ground

suit (one) down to the ground

To be ideal for one. I'm cold all the time, so this hot weather really suits me down to the ground.
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suit down to the ground

see under down to the ground.
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suit someone down to the ground

BRITISH, INFORMAL
If something suits you down to the ground, it is extremely convenient for you. A later meeting would suit me down to the ground. Her new work hours suit her down to the ground.
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suit someone or something down to the ground

be extremely convenient or appropriate for a particular person or thing. British informal
1997 Daily Mail Sly's better sense of comic timing suits the tongue-in-cheek script down to the ground.
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suit somebody (right) ˌdown to the ˈground

(British English, informal) suit somebody completely: I’ve found a job that suits me down to the ground: the pay’s great and I can work from home.
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