Niwantha
What is the difference between "tailor-make" or "tailor-made" ? Hi friends, What is the difference between "tailor-make" and "tailor-made" ? Which is the correct option in the following context? 1) Shall we meet next week to discuss the plan and tailor-make it to your context. 2) Shall we meet next week to discuss the plan and tailor-made it to your context. Thanks in advance, Niwantha
Jun 25, 2019 4:52 AM
Answers · 5
Tailor-make (future). Tailor-made (past).
June 26, 2019
Thanks Blair!
June 25, 2019
You can also just say 'tailor'. You can tailor the plan. The plan can also be tailored.
June 25, 2019
Thanks a lot!
June 25, 2019
In that case "tailor-make" would be correct. If you were speaking about something you did in the past then you would say that it was "tailor-made". For example: We met last week to discuss the plan and tailor-made it to your context. Hope this helps.
June 25, 2019
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