I couldn’t feel quite sure about an expression in the following paragraph:
Does the underlined part mean: He borrowed somebody’s best suit to get married in (that suit) = He borrowed somebody’s best suit in order to wear it for the wedding?
Thank you so much. Could you please further explain for me what the ‘in’ following ‘get married’ refer to?
Many thanks again.
You could say: He got married (in) wearing somebody’s best suit.