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ready-made

adjective [usually before noun]
 
 
/ˌrediˈmeɪd/
bought in a finished form and available to use or eat immediately: ready-made food/meals Their range of quality ready-made meals has improved substantially.
already available and not needing to be invented or developed: Nobody has a ready-made solution to deal with all your staffing problems.
PRODUCTION produced in large quantities in standard sizes and types rather than made to fit a particular customer: the ready-made clothing industry
ready-made adverb
Translations of “ready-made”
in Chinese (Traditional) 現成的, 預先造好的, 成品的…
in Russian готовый, приготовленный…
in Turkish hazır yapım, kullanıma hazır…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现成的, 预先做好的, 成品的…
in Polish gotowy…
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