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tai·lor-made

(tā′lər-mād′)
adj.
1. Made by a tailor.
2. Perfectly fitted to a condition, preference, or purpose; made or as if made to order: tailor-made renovations.
n.
A garment made by a tailor.
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tailor-made

adj
1. (Clothing & Fashion) made by a tailor to fit exactly: a tailor-made suit.
2. perfectly meeting a particular purpose: a girl tailor-made for him.
n
3. (Clothing & Fashion) a tailor-made garment
4. (Recreational Drugs) slang a cigarette made in a factory rather than rolled by hand
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tai•lor-made

(adj. ˈteɪ lərˈmeɪd; n. -ˌmeɪd)

adj.
1. tailored.
2. custom-made; made-to-order: an expensive tailor-made suit.
3. fashioned to a particular taste, purpose, demand, etc.: tailor-made books.
n.
4. something, as a garment, that is tailor-made.
[1825–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tailor-made - custom-made clothing
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
Adj.1.tailor-made - (of clothing) custom-madetailor-made - (of clothing) custom-made    
custom, custom-made - made according to the specifications of an individual
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tailor-made

adjective
1. custom-made, personalized, customized Each client's portfolio is tailor-made.
2. perfect, right, ideal, suitable, just right, right up your street (informal), up your alley This job was tailor-made for me.
3. made-to-measure, fitted, cut to fit, made to order his expensive tailor-made shirt
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tailor-made

adjective
1. Made according to the specifications of the buyer:
2. Suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place:
3. Suited to one's end or purpose:
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Translations

tailor-made

[ˈteɪləmeɪd] ADJ
1. [suit] → hecho a (la) medida
2. (fig) (= customized) [computer program] → hecho según los requisitos del usuario
it's tailor-made for youte viene al pelo
the part could have been tailor-made for her (Theat) → parece que el papel se ha escrito para ella
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tailor-made

adj
maßgeschneidert, nach Maß gearbeitet; tailor-made suitMaßanzug m; tailor-made costumeSchneiderkostüm nt
(fig) role, holidaymaßgeschneidert (for für), zugeschnitten (→ for auf +acc); carnach Kundenwünschen ausgelegt; the job was tailor-made for himdie Stelle war ihm wie auf den Leib geschnitten; she seemed tailor-made for the partsie schien für die Rolle wie geschaffen
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tailor-made

[ˈteɪləˈmeɪd] adj (also) (fig) → fatto/a su misura (fig) it's tailor-made for youè fatto apposta per te
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

tailor

(ˈteilə) noun
a person who cuts and makes suits, overcoats etc. He has his clothes made by a London tailor.
verb
1. to make and fit (suits, coats etc). He has his suits tailored in London.
2. to make (something) fit the circumstances; to adapt. He tailored his way of living to his income.
ˌtailor-ˈmade adjective
1. (especially of women's clothes) made by a tailor to fit a person exactly.
2. very well suited or adapted for some purpose. His new job seems tailor-made for him.
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