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Definition of tailor verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they tailor
he / she / it tailors
past simple tailored
-ing form tailoring
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to make or adapt something for a particular purpose, a particular person, etc. tailor something to/for somebody/something Special programs of study are tailored to the needs of specific groups. Much of the software that we supply is already tailored for the user. tailor something to do something Most travel agents are prepared to tailor travel arrangements to meet individual requirements.
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