The meaning of suitable and suited.
I think that "suitable" and "suited" have some different meaning but most native English speakers just told me that "suitable for" and "suited to" are right, but we can see "suitable to" and suited for" as well, especially in dictionaries. I think the meaning of "suitable" is related to "ability" because of the meaning of"-able", so I think there is some nuance between them and "for" and "to" can be followed to both "suitable and suited". What do you experts think? Thank you so much.
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