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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtailor-madeˌtailor-ˈmade adjective  PERFECTexactly right or suitable for someone or somethingtailor-made for The job’s tailor-made for you.tailor-made to insurance tailor-made to each client’s requirements
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tailor-madeThe foundation degree would appear to be tailor-made.The trainee, together with the in-bureau tutor, should work out and carry through a tailor-made course of study.The scheme offers a tailor-made development package involving support for job creation, project development and training.It had been tailor-made ... for some one else, unfortunately.What happened next was tailor-made for the crafty Prost.Our company can provide you with an insurance policy that is tailor-made for you.Many, although as we saw earlier not necessarily all, clients get some benefit from tailor-made nursing care.In the USA and Canada, a house is often tailor-made to fit the needs of the family that will live in it.Since this finance is available to provide long-term support, the terms are tailor-made to suit your forecasts of profit and cashflow.You have a variety of options, which means it can be tailor-made to your needs.If you are an independent traveller, we can arrange a tailor-made tour.tailor-made forThe job's tailor-made for you.
From Longman Business Dictionarytailor-madeˌtailor-ˈmade adjective a tailor-made arrangement or product is one that has been designed so that it is exactly right for someone’s needsPrivate banking offers tailor-made financial management for the very wealthy. compare off-the-peg
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