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English definition of “tailor-made”

tailor-made

adjective
 
 
/ˌteɪləˈmeɪd/
COMMERCE specially made for a particular person, organization, or purpose: All the facilities will be tailor-made. They primarily concentrate on developing tailor-made products for investors and borrowers.tailor-made for sb/sth It is a job that appears almost tailor-made for her.tailor-made to do sth These training modules can be tailor-made to meet specific corporate needs.
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