Tailoring in spanish


pronunciation: sɑstɹ̩eɹ̩iɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

tailor2 = confeccionar, hacer a medida, personalizar, adaptar. 

Example: It's wider in the hips, narrower in the waist, shorter in the leg and tailored to contour the chest area without restriction.


» tailor to + a demand = adecuar a una necesidad.

Example: Edge notch cards are often ordered in a size tailored to the demands of the index, and can be purchased with any coding that the index designer specifies.

» tailor to + an application = hacerse a medida de una aplicación práctica concreta.

Example: All alphabetical indexing languages must be tailored to the application for which they are intended.

» tailor to + a requirement = adaptar a una exigencia.

Example: Meanwhile, the MARC data base will be considered to be complete for cataloging purposes and new entries will be tailored only to its requirements.

» tailor to + meet the specification = hacer a medida para satisfacer los requisitos.

Example: A thesaurus is normally tailored to meet the specification of a particular application.

» tailor to + the needs of = adaptar a las necesidades de.

Example: This coincidence between indexing and user approach is known as user warrant: in other words the indexing system must be tailored to the needs of the users of the index.

tailoring1 = adaptación, ajuste, personalización. 

Example: To haul themselves out of their bog, their networks must facilitate tailoring of records to meet local needs.

tailoring2 = sastrería, corte y confección. 

Example: This school provides primary education to deaf children and also trains older students in different trades and skills such as carpentry, metalwork and tailoring.
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