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Meaning of “made to order” in the English Dictionary

"made to order" in British English

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made to order

A ​situation that is made to ​order is ​perfect: The ​weather on this ​holiday has been made to ​order so ​far.

made-to-orderadjective [before noun]

 us   /ˌmeɪd·təˈɔr·dər/
(​especially of ​clothing) ​createdespecially for a ​particularperson: made-to-order ​boots
(Definition of made to order from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"made-to-order" in American English

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made-to-orderadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˌmeɪd·təˈɔr·dər/
(esp. of ​clothing) ​createdespecially for a ​particularperson: made-to-order ​boots A ​situation that is made-to-order is ​perfect: The ​weather on this ​vacation has been made-to-order so ​far.
(Definition of made-to-order from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"made-to-order" in Business English

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made-to-orderadjective

uk   us   COMMERCE
used to describe something made in a particular way because a ​customerasked for it to be made in that way: The ​imageconsultancy also ​supplies made-to-order clothes for its ​clients.
(Definition of made-to-order from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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