- vt.调整使适应; 为…裁制衣服; 为…做衣服; 剪裁，制作;
- 复数: tailors;
- 第三人称单数: tailors;
- 过去式: tailored;
- 过去分词: tailored;
- 现在分词: tailoring;
I was put in the tailor shop, and I loved it. I was promoted to overseer.
The tailor took my measure for a new suit.
He asked the tailor to make over his trousers.
The tailor lined my coat with silk.
The tailor has cut my coat very well.
Mr. Tailor is a good judge of the fine arts.
The pianist had to tailor his style to suit the vocalist's distinctive voice.
He established himeself as a tailor.
The tailor has butchered this suit.
He asked the tailor to lengthen his coat.
Segmentation of the market allows the bank to tailor its approach to the customers'requirement.
Ask the tailor to lengthen this skirt.
Ross, tell him. Isn't that how a tailor measures pants?
罗斯, 告诉他裁缝量裤子不都是这样 嘛 ?
A tailor who specialized in them built himself agrand mansion, which locals called Piccadilly Hall.
This tailor got a reputation for poor sewing and tailoring.
The tailor sniffed off the surplus thread of the coat after he finished it.
Lefkowitz likes to buy a jacket in size 36 short and take it to a tailor.
The sleeves are too big, I'll ask a tailor to narrow them.
The need to tailor release rate profiles from polymeric microspheres is a significant problem.
The tailor said your dress is almost ready, he just needs to machine the hem.
A gamification strategy that is not sufficiently thought through or well tailored to its players may engage people for a little while, but it will not motivate people in the long term.
But in single-sex schools teachers can tailor lessons to boys' learning style, letting them move around the classroom and getting them to compete in teams to prevent boredom, wrote the study's author, Abigail James, of the University of Virginia.
teaching can be tailored to suit the characteristics of boys
A tailor named John Dane, who emigrated in the late 1630s, left an account of his reasons for leaving England that is filled with signs.
1. a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
1. make fit for a specific purpose
2. style and tailor in a certain fashion;
"cut a dress"
3. create (clothes) with cloth;
"Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?"
设计，制作(电路等) 加工，处理(通信协议等) 编制，设计，剪裁(程序等)