the business or work of a tailor.
the skill or craftsmanship of a tailor.
a person whose occupation is the making, mending, or altering of clothes, especially suits, coats, and other outer garments.
verb (used with object)
to make by tailor’s work.
to fashion or adapt to a particular taste, purpose, need, etc.:
to tailor one’s actions to those of another.
to fit or furnish with clothing.
Chiefly U.S. Military. to make (a uniform) to order; cut (a ready-made uniform) so as to cause to fit more snugly; taper.
verb (used without object)
to do the work of a tailor.
a person who makes, repairs, or alters outer garments, esp menswear related adjective sartorial
a voracious and active marine food fish, Pomatomus saltator, of Australia with scissor-like teeth
to cut or style (material, clothes, etc) to satisfy certain requirements
(transitive) to adapt so as to make suitable for something specific: he tailored his speech to suit a younger audience
(intransitive) to follow the occupation of a tailor
adjective 1. tailored. 2. custom-made; made-to-order; made-to-measure: an expensive tailor-made suit. 3. fashioned to a particular taste, purpose, demand, etc.: a musical comedy tailor-made for the popular audience. noun 4. something, as a garment, that is tailor-made. verb (used with object), tailor-made, tailor-making. 1. to make or adjust to meet the needs of the particular […]
- Tailor-made for
see: made to measure
verb (used with object), tailor-made, tailor-making. 1. to make or adjust to meet the needs of the particular situation, individual, object, etc.: to tailor-make a tour.
- Tail out
verb 1. (transitive, adverb) to guide (timber) as it emerges from a power saw