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tailor-made

Pronunciation: /ˌteɪlərˈmeɪd; ˌteɪləˈmeɪd/

Translation of tailor-made in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [suit/dress] hecho a (la) medida
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.2 (perfectly suited) [product/plan] a la medida de sus ( or nuestras etc) necesidades the job is tailor-made for her es un trabajo a su medida, es un trabajo que ni mandado a hacer para ella (Latin America/América Latina)
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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