fit up



  • (written as fit-up)
    The construction necessary within the demising walls of a leased space, including partitions, finishes, fixtures, lighting, power, equipment, etc. allowing the space to be used for its leased purpose.


  • noun
    (written as fit-up)
    a frame-up, a situation in which an innocent person is accused or incriminated on the basis of false evidence, perjury, etc. The noun derives from the verb form
  • verb to frame; to manufacture evidence to procure a (false) conviction for a criminal offence. A piece of police and underworld jargon, which by 1990 had become widely known through its use by journalists, scriptwriters, etc.