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custom-built

adjective uk   us   /ˌkʌs.təmˈbɪlt/
If a car, machine, etc. is custom-built, it is made according to the needs of a particular buyer.
Translations of “custom-built”
in Chinese (Traditional) (汽車、機器等)訂製的,,訂做的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (汽车、机器等)定制的,定做的…
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