(of a tailor) Make (clothes) to fit individual customers
he was wearing a sports coat that had obviously been tailored in New York
Make or adapt for a particular purpose or person
arrangements can be tailored to meet individual requirements
A person whose occupation is making fitted clothes such as suits, pants, and jackets to fit individual customers
a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
adjust to a specific need or market; "a magazine oriented towards young people"; "tailor your needs to your surroundings"
cut: style and tailor in a certain fashion; "cut a dress"
sew: create (clothes) with cloth; "Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?"
(tailored) severely simple in line or design; "a neat tailored suit"; "tailored curtains"
(tailored) bespoke: (of clothing) custom-made
A tailor is a person who makes, repairs, or alters clothing professionally, especially suits and men's clothing.
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.
(Tailored) A styling term used to denote a smart crisp look without ruffling or embellishment. Tailored items may be flanged or piped but usually sit flat and sleek with a fitted appearance.
(TAILORED) having a neat, custom fit appearance
(Tailored) Fitted closely, i.e. made to fit the bed exactly.
(Tailored) Garments designed to have the appearance of being custom fit and cut. Typically fitted to the body.
(Tailored) Leaf type. Describes a plain African Violet leaf on which the areas between the veins are slightly raised. Also see Quilted.
(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.
(tailoring) A feature which permits the user to choose a personal approach to the work. Tailoring differs from moulding in that also the next user is able to create a personal approach to the work. See moulding, interactive.
(Tailors) In Bangkok you’re in a perfect position to take home a beautifully-tailored suit made from top quality materials, and for a fraction of the cost back home. ...
(Tailors) these were people who made fashionable clothing for the wealthier people of this time period who could afford to buy clothes rather than make them.
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.