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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Space Ed-Ventures is the GCC's pioneering youth programme that can be tailor-made to run for up to 4 weeks, allowing students with an inclination towards science and engineering to hone their interest with focused theoretical and practical space training onsite at Space Centre Houston.
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 the Black Talon bullet had remained available, it would be tailor-made for gang warfare.