suit (one) down to the ground

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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

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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.

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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