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bespoke

adjective
 
 
/bɪˈspəʊk/ UK COMMERCE
specially made for a particular person, organization, or purpose: Bespoke leather shoes cost an average 1,000 pounds a pair. a bespoke suit/shirt bespoke software a bespoke wi-fi system
making and selling products, or providing services, specially for a particular person, organization, or purpose: a bespoke tailor/shoe maker a bespoke travel agency
→  See also custom-made , tailor-made
Translations of “bespoke”
in Chinese (Traditional) 量身訂做的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 定做的…
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