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gear sth for/to/towards sb/sth

phrasal verb with gear
 
 
/ɡɪər/ verb
to design or organize something so that it is suitable for a particular purpose, situation, or group of people: Questionnaires geared for non-US respondents are also available. These advertisements are geared to a younger audience. The workshops are geared towards helping people to become more employable.
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