Made or adapted for a particular purpose or person
specially tailored courses can be run on request
severely simple in line or design; "a neat tailored suit"; "tailored curtains"
bespoke: (of clothing) custom-made
(tailor) a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
(tailor) adjust to a specific need or market; "a magazine oriented towards young people"; "tailor your needs to your surroundings"
(tailor) cut: style and tailor in a certain fashion; "cut a dress"
(tailor) sew: create (clothes) with cloth; "Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?"
A tailor is a person who makes, repairs, or alters clothing professionally, especially suits and men's clothing.
(Tailor (fish)) The bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix), called tailor in Australia, is a species of popular marine game-fish found in all climates. It is the sole species of the Pomatomidae family.
(Tailor) To dream of a tailor, denotes that worries will arise on account of some journey to be made. To have a misunderstanding with one, shows that you will be disappointed in the outcome of some scheme. For one to take your measure, denotes that you will have quarrels and disagreements.
(Tailor) someone who made clothes.
(Tailor) A personal service providing alterations and fittings for apparel.
(Tailor) One who makes, repairs and alters garments such as suits and overcoats. Originates from the Old French taillour, or “cutter”, which itself is derived from the Latin taliare, meaning, “to cut”
(Tailor) Specialises in stitchcraft. - Joseph Leff
(Tailor) We offer a tailor made service where covers are made to fit the exact specification of the vehicle. This is most useful for back seats in modern vehicles where arm rests, head rest lumps or centre seatbelts complicate fitting. ...
(Tailor) a person that makes clothes for others, many times producing exclusive items of clothing.
(tailor) To task-organize forces for the accomplishment of a specific mission.
A tailor makes custom designed garments made to the client's measure; especially suits (coat and trousers, jacket and skirt, et cetera). Tailors usually undergo an apprenticeship or other formal training.
(Tailoring) Fitting moves to your body size, makeup and strength, in order to maximize your physical efforts.
(Tailoring) Changing the defaults and options of a PDM system by setting preferences. Tailoring is done without writing or integrating code that modifies the PDM system.
(Tailoring) Construction technique that requires special hand and pressing techniques to mold fabric into finished garment shape.
(Tailoring) Make fit for a specific purpose; create (clothes) with cloth; Method to create a base for flat pattern development in the confection industry.
(Tailoring) Planning systems engineering activities that are appropriate and cost-effective for the size and complexity of the project. ...
(Tailoring) Selecting or altering test procedures, conditions, values, tolerances, measures of failure, etc., to simulate or exaggerate the environmental effects of one or more forcing functions.
(Tailoring) When a speaker adjusts his or her material to the particular needs of an audience.
(Tailoring) involves changing terminology, the reports produced and, possibly, the decisions made. As the architecture of our software facilitates changing terminology and language, typically this takes from half a day to two days.