made-to-order


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made-to-or·der

(mād′to͞o-ôr′dər)
adj.
1. Made in accordance with particular instructions or requirements; custom-made.
2. Very suitable: a made-to-order job.
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made-to-order

adj
custom-built according to the wishes or requirements of a specific individual
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made′-to-or′der



adj.
1. made to individual specifications or requirements.
2. perfectly suited.
[1905–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.made-to-order - built for a particular individual
custom, custom-made - made according to the specifications of an individual
2.made-to-order - (of clothing) custom-mademade-to-order - (of clothing) custom-made    
custom, custom-made - made according to the specifications of an individual
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made-to-order

adjective
Made according to the specifications of the buyer:
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Translations

made-to-order

[ˌmeɪdtəˈɔːdəʳ] ADJ (Brit) → hecho de encargo (US) → hecho a (la) medida
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made-to-order

[ˌmeɪdtəˈɔːdəʳ] adjfatto/a su ordinazione
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References in classic literature ?
They really fitted him, - it was his first made-to-order suit, - and he seemed slimmer and better modelled.
Breakfast time will offer made-to-order food items such as omelets and eggs prepared in various ways, and sides or inclusions; for instance, bacon, sausage, shredded cheddar and Mozzarella cheeses, American cheese, fresh mushrooms, green pepper, fresh spinach, and more.
Every coffee is made-to-order and created right in front of the guests' eyes, allowing for the ultimate interactive experience; guests can express personal preferences throughout the preparation of their coffees.
Vesta is a sustainable women's wear line made-to-order in the USA from eco-friendly, 100% vegan fabrics.
Ultra-modern The Cabin near Gate 23 features different zones: the IT zone boasts high-speed Wi-Fi and a videoconference suite, while The Deli serves hot, made-to-order sandwiches, fresh antipasti and salads.
Twenty-five years ago, Bayo ('dress' in Ilonggo) was a humble made-to-order shop in Makati.
Eastern Consolidated's Retail Leasing Division has arranged a 10-year, 700-square-foot lease at 333 East Ninth Street in the East Village for JuiceGo, a new juice bar that will create fresh, made-to-order cold pressed juices on site.
For a limited time only, the iconic brand is introducing a made-to-order service through Harvey Nichols.
Voted as America's best tasting burger in a leading consumer magazine, The Habit Burger Grill is a fast casual restaurant that specialises in fresh, made-to-order, char-grilled burgers, sandwiches, and salads.
Full touch (made-to-order programs) and no touch (grab-and-go or prepackaged items) are the most popular types of prepared food programs offered by single-store owners.
Watford says the term stock packaging can either imply ready-to-ship product from a warehouse, or it can describe items that are made-to-order using existing tooling, molds or fixtures.