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"bespoke" in British English

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bespokeadjective

uk   /bɪˈspəʊk/  us   /bɪˈspoʊk/ UK formal
specially made for a ​particularperson: a bespoke ​suit bespoke ​furniture
(Definition of bespoke from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"bespoke" in Business English

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bespokeadjective

uk   us   /bɪˈspəʊk/ UK COMMERCE
specially made for a particular ​person, ​organization, or ​purpose: Bespoke leather shoes ​cost an ​average 1,000 ​pounds a ​pair. a bespoke ​suit/shirt bespoke ​software a bespoke ​wi-fisystem
making and ​sellingproducts, or ​providingservices, specially for a particular ​person, ​organization, or ​purpose: a bespoke ​tailor/shoe ​maker a bespoke ​travelagency
(Definition of bespoke from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bespoke”
in Chinese (Simplified) 定做的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 量身訂做的…
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