American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Made in accordance with particular instructions or requirements; custom-made.
- adj. Very suitable: a made-to-order job.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. made specially for a specific purpose; -- of articles of manufacture. Contrasted with mass-produced, standard.
- adj. made or tailored to fit a specific person; -- of clothing. Contrasted with off-the-rack, ready-to-wear.
- adj. built for a particular individual
- adj. (of clothing) custom-made
“America has needed a made-to-order rifle that costs less than an acre of land in Florida, and now we have one.”
“Courtesy of Frances Palmer Plate by Frances Palmer Frances Palmer has a devoted following for both her made-to-order wheel-thrown and hand-decorated pieces as well as her manufactured Pearl Collection, produced in collaboration with Buffalo China. francespalmerpottery.com”
“At the New York International Gift Fair last month, San Francisco potter Lisa Neimeth showed off her quirky, mostly made-to-order tableware to eager buyers.”
“The folks behind nearby cow juice-friendly club night Milk debut their new monthly venture Laid this Wednesday and, in keeping with the bar's theme and their own dairy fetish, White Russians are on special offer, along with various other made-to-order milky concoctions.”
“I'm willing to bet none said - "our customers deserve to get made-to-order vs. our generic models, let's rethink this.”
“They really fitted him, - it was his first made-to-order suit, - and he seemed slimmer and better modelled.”
“Cassina, of Italy, created buzz this year with the launch of made-to-order outdoor versions of pieces by Le Corbusier, including the iconic 1928 LC3 armchair.”
“Plus: This basic burr grinder gave us made-to-order grinds every time, and it didn't hog up too much counter space.”
“With just a microphone and downloadable audio software, you can record your own positive affirmations, run them through the audio software and create a made-to-order audio file, easily burnt onto a CD or uploaded to a portable MP3 player.”
“It takes trucks to get goods to markets, a particulary critical part of the gained efficiency from "just-in-time" and "made-to-order" manufacturing.”
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