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

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.

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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Speaking on whether City should have retained his services, Telegraph writer Andy Turner told fans last month: "The Portuguese forward has finally come to the fore after being played in a position that suits him down to the ground.
I think Jurgen Klopp's new system, which is a bit lopsided at times, suits him down to the ground.
ANTHONY Reveillere insists the Premier League's cramped Christmas programme suits him down to the ground.
1 who has been enjoying a decent run of form - he posted a 170 checkout early on against Fitton - and this type of format suits him down to the ground.
He wanted to stay in this area, ideally, and the Boundary Park contract suits him down to the ground.
It suits him down to the ground, even if it means changing accommodation.
MICK McCarthy admits Gary Breen's decision to retire from international football suits him down to the ground.
Colin has a small flat near Dublin's Sandymount Strand which he says suits him down to the ground.
A flat track and a good gallop suits him down to the ground, and hopefully he can win a nice handicap at some point.
This course suits him down to the ground and he should prove too steady for his veteran compatriots.
Italian football obviously suits him down to the ground, so it is up to us to try and make it as much of an 'English' game as possible.
He is massively more prepared this time [for England], and the style suits him down to the ground.
And Wilson says the underdogs tag suits him down to the ground.
Brittain added: "Mastership is a quality sprinter and the six furlongs suits him down to the ground.
He was a very speedy juvenile and fast ground over the minimum trip suits him down to the ground.