Does “come in someone size” mean “fit”? Are there other ways to say it?
Yes, that's correct. The speaker asks "does it come in your size?" to ask if the suit jacket is available in the man's size. She is implying in a joking way that the clothes do not fit him well, and that he needs to get one that fits him properly. You can use the expressions "does this come in X size" or "do you have X size" in similar situations, like when purchasing clothes at a store. Ex: Hello, does this come in a small size? Ex: Do you have these shoes in a size 10?
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