be tailor-made

be tailor-made

1. Of clothing, to have been made specifically for someone by a tailor (and thus fit very well). Wow, they did a great job with the alterations—that gown looks like it was tailor-made for you!
2. By extension, to be ideally suited for someone or something. I've never seen a happier couple than Tom and Anna—it's like they were tailor-made for each other! Don't worry, that math course is tailor-made for students majoring in the arts, so you're not expected to know advanced formulas or anything.
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Older hearing aids used to amplify all noise making them difficult to get on with, but modern digital devices can be tailor-made to match your hearing loss against a range of frequencies.
If he plans to stand in front of me and fight like a man, that will be tailor-made for me because I am stronger than he is.
If the Black Talon bullet had remained available, it would be tailor-made for gang warfare.