Fit The Bill :
First Come First Served :
This means there will be no preferential treatment and a service will be provided to those that arrive first.
First Out of The Gate :
When someone is first out of the gat, they are the first to do something that others are trying to do.
First Port of Call :
The first place you stop to do something is your first port of call visiting your house. We have to call on more people.
Fish in Troubled Waters :
Someone who fishes in troubled waters tries to takes advantage of a shaky or unstable situation.
Fish or Cut Bait :
This idiom is used when you want to tell someone that it is time to take action. When it is time to fish or cut bait, you have to decide whether you are going to be productive or to quit.
Fish Out of Water :
If you are placed in a situation that is completely new to you and confuses you, you are like a fish out of water.
If there is something fishy about someone or something, there is something suspicious
A feeling that there is something wrong, though it isn’t clear what it is
Fit As A Fiddle :
If you are fit as a fiddle, you are in perfect health.
Fit for A King :
If something is fit for a king, it is of the very highest quality or standard.
Fit Like A Glove :
If something fits like a glove, it is the suitable one.
Fit of Pique :
If someone reacts badly because their pride is hurt, this is a fit of pique.
Fit The Bill :
If something fits the bill, it is what is required for the task.
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