custom-tailor

cus′tom-tai′lor



v.t.
to modify for a specific use or need.
[1890–95]
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Designed to provide maximum scalability and extensibility, the open architecture of the GX runtime system allows developers to custom-tailor it according to their individual needs using the built-in C/C++ API.
We custom-tailor existing offerings for specific markets, slice and dice the data we sell, and even design totally new products for targeted market segments.
The most powerful attribute of the human immune system is its ability to custom-tailor antibodies to attack a wide variety of invaders.