- v. make to specifications
- v. create (clothes) with cloth
“The ice is hand-cut, and staff are happy to tailor-make drinks for the undecided.”
“In the end, they're using it to tailor-make a just-for-you Web experience that you're supposed to like—whether you like it or not.”
“Linking also helps our readers to tailor-make their internet reading adventure, sorta like those 1990s choose-your-own adventure books that I loved.”
“In 1925 the Maharaja of Kotah asked Rolls Royce to tailor-make a tiger-hunting car for him.”
“What makes a manager's job so extraordinarily difficult is that, in order to motivate and keep productive any given staff member, he or she has to tailor-make everything they do with and for that person in such a way that it perfectly fits that person's entirely unique emotional, psychological, and intellectual needs.”
“This is the great error made variously in the history of the faith, mostly recently in the 1960s and 1970s in the U.S. when Catholics attempted to tailor-make their liturgy to blend in with a slice of time in order to win the hearts of a certain age demographic that temporarily believed its wishes were more important than anything else.”
“Mr. BACHARACH: Well, she was like our star vehicle, you know, and we had been recording Dionne and producing her, kind of trying to tailor-make songs that would fit her.”
“Local knowledgeSarah Keenlyside's company Bespoke Beijing (bespoke-beijing. com) can tailor-make stays in Beijing and beyond.”
“In 1953, he persuaded a team of physicists and engineers at Stanford to tailor-make an accelerator exclusively for the hospital.”
“Groupon Stores is a platform where business owners can tailor-make their own deals, rather than waiting to be featured by Groupon.”
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