Definition of tailor-made in English:

tailor-made

Pronunciation /ˈˌtālər ˈmād/ /ˈˌteɪlər ˈmeɪd/

Translate tailor-made into Spanish

adjective

  • 1(of clothes) made by a tailor for a particular customer.

    ‘tailor-made suits’
    • ‘Last year I purchased 5 stylish tailor-made suits and all the pants have pleats.’
    • ‘That's the beauty of a tailor-made suit; you won't need to have it altered several times before it fits perfectly.’
    • ‘They'll add a touch of class to your new tailor-made suit, of course.’
    • ‘Fabric is the first thing you would pick out for a tailor-made suit, so why not do the same with your ready-to-wear suit?’
    • ‘Sanders was wearing one of his tailor-made outfits - mauve jumper, mauve trousers and matching mauve shoes.’
    • ‘At work he wears tailor-made suits, smart shirts and braces.’
    • ‘Lavish silks, sparkling gems and tailor-made clothes are just some of the items available at a fraction of Irish prices.’
    • ‘Now she and her husband have opened a small store on the island, providing tailor-made clothes, cloth and an ironing service.’
    • ‘He's even picked out what color tailor-made shirt he's going to wear.’
    • ‘Some members who can be fitted with stock items, may choose to purchase fully tailor-made garments, and in these cases, the higher special measurement prices apply.’
    • ‘Al wore a tailor-made suit, the best clothes he had worn in several years.’
    • ‘Phonepha provides a service where tailor-made suits can be made to such exact specifications that creations are generally unique.’
    • ‘He's elegantly dressed in a dark-blue tailor-made suit, the hair on his balding head is neatly trimmed and his voice is deep and mellow.’
    • ‘He dressed in tailor-made suits and had a professional air about him.’
    • ‘In all the Assemblymen, I haven't seen one sharp dresser, as they all wears very expensive, locally tailor-made suits.’
    • ‘As a commodities trader she dressed in tailor-made men's suits.’
    • ‘My father was a gambler who wore tailor-made silk suits and Italian shoes and had his fingernails manicured once a week.’
    • ‘For the Wake game, all Illinois fans will wear orange, even Weber, who has a tailor-made blazer of that hue.’
    • ‘Fay bounced up the stairs to try on the tailor-made pink frock-coat he'd picked up that day.’
    • ‘Young's presented the Steeton youngster with a tailor-made chef's outfit - complete with hat and chequered trousers - to mark his sixth birthday.’
    appropriate to, suited to, befitting, congruous with, in keeping with, in character with, tailor-made, custom-made
    1. 1.1Made, adapted, or suited for a particular purpose or person.
      ‘he was tailor-made for the job’
      • ‘Future developments could also see new gene-based drugs being tailor-made to a person's individual DNA to make them more effective in combating disease.’
      • ‘A programme of therapies is tailor-made for each child.’
      • ‘Situated in the centre of the Barony of Erris, Belmullet lies between the bays of Broadhaven to the north, and Blacksod to the south and is tailor-made for such a festival.’
      • ‘Checking e-mail is just about tailor-made for this purpose.’
      • ‘K.S.Mathangan, director, was looking for a face calm and composed but with full of venom inside and he was tailor-made for the role.’
      • ‘Small and hard, the offensive Bulgarian midfielder relished physical battles, and so was tailor-made for Scottish football.’
      • ‘Reputed software training centres of national and international standards can bring out students whose knowledge will be tailor-made for various applications.’
      • ‘She has claimed the best actress title at the TV Baftas on three occasions - two for her monologues in Alan Bennett's Talking Heads plays, which were tailor-made for her.’
      • ‘This course is tailor-made to help those responsible change their behaviour.’
      • ‘Training will be tailor-made to cater for the individual woman's needs and can last from a matter of days to up to six months.’
      • ‘The evening was exclusively tailor-made for them with games and gifts and the day-long exhaustion died down in no time.’
      • ‘Its big advantage over mobile phones - which promise the same function - is that it is tailor-made for that purpose.’
      • ‘The sort of mission with massive logistics involved actually is tailor-made for the military, but it also comes with risks.’
      • ‘This form of exercise is tailor-made for women in particular, because it effectively works the hips, buttocks, legs, arms and stomach and burns tremendous body fat.’
      • ‘The weather and the soggy pitch were tailor-made for the traditional New Zealand strengths of grinding forward play, and they held the edge throughout in the front five in an unattractive encounter.’
      • ‘As someone with almost no talent for languages at all, I can testify that the program at Macalester was tailor-made for the study of Russian.’
      • ‘Jill Johnson, who spearheads the award-winning programme, said each course was tailor-made to the trainees' requirements.’
      • ‘The roles of the kindly professor and Santa Claus were tailor-made for Liam Murphy, whose avuncular presence must have been very reassuring for the children at the outset.’
      • ‘This one day programme is tailor-made to provide the best practices and business insights that today's competitive markets demand.’
      • ‘The school offers an education that is tailor-made to the needs of each pupil, enabling them to develop confidence and the skills needed to overcome whatever learning problems they may have.’
      suitable, fitting, appropriate, befitting, relevant, felicitous, congruous, fit, applicable, judicious, apposite, apropos, to the purpose, to the point

noun

  • A garment that has been specially made for a particular customer.

    ‘a lady in a red tailor-made’
    • ‘Spielberg was in shorts and Jurassic Park baseball cap as he chatted with Rupert Murdoch in a Savile Row tailor-made.’
    • ‘Tailor-mades were always described as ideal for travelling.’