Translation of tailor-made in Spanish:

tailor-made

hecho a (la) medida, adj.

Pronunciation /teɪləˈmeɪd//ˈˌteɪlər ˈmeɪd/

adjective

  • 1

    (suit/dress) hecho a (la) medida
    • Young's presented the Steeton youngster with a tailor-made chef's outfit - complete with hat and chequered trousers - to mark his sixth birthday.
    • In all the Assemblymen, I haven't seen one sharp dresser, as they all wears very expensive, locally tailor-made suits.
    • Sanders was wearing one of his tailor-made outfits - mauve jumper, mauve trousers and matching mauve shoes.
    • Al wore a tailor-made suit, the best clothes he had worn in several years.
    • Now she and her husband have opened a small store on the island, providing tailor-made clothes, cloth and an ironing service.
    • They'll add a touch of class to your new tailor-made suit, of course.
    • Phonepha provides a service where tailor-made suits can be made to such exact specifications that creations are generally unique.
    • At work he wears tailor-made suits, smart shirts and braces.
    • Fabric is the first thing you would pick out for a tailor-made suit, so why not do the same with your ready-to-wear suit?
    • He's elegantly dressed in a dark-blue tailor-made suit, the hair on his balding head is neatly trimmed and his voice is deep and mellow.
    • He's even picked out what color tailor-made shirt he's going to wear.
    • My father was a gambler who wore tailor-made silk suits and Italian shoes and had his fingernails manicured once a week.
    • Last year I purchased 5 stylish tailor-made suits and all the pants have pleats.
    • As a commodities trader she dressed in tailor-made men's suits.
    • Lavish silks, sparkling gems and tailor-made clothes are just some of the items available at a fraction of Irish prices.
    • He dressed in tailor-made suits and had a professional air about him.
    • That's the beauty of a tailor-made suit; you won't need to have it altered several times before it fits perfectly.
    • For the Wake game, all Illinois fans will wear orange, even Weber, who has a tailor-made blazer of that hue.
    • Some members who can be fitted with stock items, may choose to purchase fully tailor-made garments, and in these cases, the higher special measurement prices apply.
    • Fay bounced up the stairs to try on the tailor-made pink frock-coat he'd picked up that day.
  • 2

    (perfectly suited)
    (plan/product) a la medida de sus necesidades
    the job is tailor-made for her es un trabajo que ni mandado a hacer para ella Latin America
    • Small and hard, the offensive Bulgarian midfielder relished physical battles, and so was tailor-made for Scottish football.
    • Future developments could also see new gene-based drugs being tailor-made to a person's individual DNA to make them more effective in combating disease.
    • This one day programme is tailor-made to provide the best practices and business insights that today's competitive markets demand.
    • Checking e-mail is just about tailor-made for this purpose.
    • As someone with almost no talent for languages at all, I can testify that the program at Macalester was tailor-made for the study of Russian.
    • Its big advantage over mobile phones - which promise the same function - is that it is tailor-made for that purpose.
    • The school offers an education that is tailor-made to the needs of each pupil, enabling them to develop confidence and the skills needed to overcome whatever learning problems they may have.
    • This form of exercise is tailor-made for women in particular, because it effectively works the hips, buttocks, legs, arms and stomach and burns tremendous body fat.
    • The sort of mission with massive logistics involved actually is tailor-made for the military, but it also comes with risks.
    • Jill Johnson, who spearheads the award-winning programme, said each course was tailor-made to the trainees' requirements.
    • The weather and the soggy pitch were tailor-made for the traditional New Zealand strengths of grinding forward play, and they held the edge throughout in the front five in an unattractive encounter.
    • The roles of the kindly professor and Santa Claus were tailor-made for Liam Murphy, whose avuncular presence must have been very reassuring for the children at the outset.
    • Reputed software training centres of national and international standards can bring out students whose knowledge will be tailor-made for various applications.
    • The evening was exclusively tailor-made for them with games and gifts and the day-long exhaustion died down in no time.
    • This course is tailor-made to help those responsible change their behaviour.
    • K.S.Mathangan, director, was looking for a face calm and composed but with full of venom inside and he was tailor-made for the role.
    • A programme of therapies is tailor-made for each child.
    • She has claimed the best actress title at the TV Baftas on three occasions - two for her monologues in Alan Bennett's Talking Heads plays, which were tailor-made for her.
    • Situated in the centre of the Barony of Erris, Belmullet lies between the bays of Broadhaven to the north, and Blacksod to the south and is tailor-made for such a festival.
    • Training will be tailor-made to cater for the individual woman's needs and can last from a matter of days to up to six months.