tailor-made significado, tailor-made definición | diccionario de inglés definición



1       adj   If something is tailor-made, it has been specially designed for a particular person or purpose.  
Each client's portfolio is tailor-made.     
2       adj   If you say that someone or something is tailor-madefor a particular task, purpose, or need, you are emphasizing that they are perfectly suitable for it.  
oft ADJ for n     (emphasis)    He was tailor-made, it was said, for the task ahead...     
3       adj   Tailor-made clothes have been specially made to fit a particular person.  
He was wearing a tweed suit that looked tailor-made.     
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1    cut to fit, fitted, made-to-measure, made to order  
2    custom-made, ideal, just right, perfect, right, right up one's street     (informal)   suitable, up one's alley  

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tailor-make, tailored, tailor, tail

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