a person who makes clothes, especially outer garments for men such as coats and suits
cut out and sew clothing; make (clothes)
"a magazine oriented towards young people"
"tailor your needs to your surroundings"
"cut a dress"
"Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?"
He wore a frock coat, and seemed faultlessly tailored.
琼斯先生为国王做衣服。 tailor sth for sb
He tailored his speech for his audience.
He is the person who initiated the experiment of tailoring disco-dancing for the elderly.
The play was tailored for a special audience.
We can tailor the insurance policy to your special needs.
You ought to tailor your spending to your income.
The programme was tailored to the needs of young children.
The novel is tailored to popular taste.