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English definition of “built-to-order”


adjective [before noun]
( also build to order, abbreviation BTO)
a built-to-order product is specially made for the customer who orders it: built-to-order notebooks/desktops/PCs/servers →  See also build-to-stock
(Definition of built-to-order from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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