Definition of bespoke in English:

bespoke

Syllabification: be·spoke
Pronunciation: /biˈspōk
 
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past of bespeak.

adjective

[attributive] chiefly British Back to top  
1(Of goods, especially clothing) made to order: a bespoke suit
More example sentences
  • A latter-day dandy, he was renowned as much for his cut-glass vowels as for his Savile Row suits, bespoke shirts and handmade brogues.
  • At that point, you may as well consider ordering a bespoke suit.
  • A bespoke suit really does cover flaws perfectly.
1.1(Of a trader) creating made-to-order goods: bespoke tailors
More example sentences
  • I passed bespoke tailors and furriers with 'liquidacion' painted across the windows, bored shop assistants watching children pick over the garbage outside.
  • Gerard, a bespoke tailor with 52 years of experience in the trade, started chalking cloth again.
  • There is such a shortage of bespoke tailors in Britain that shops based in London's exclusive Savile Row ask him to create suits at his factory for some of their most famous clients.

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