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Fitted vs. Tailored

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Fittedverb

("to tailor, to change size")

Tailoredadjective

Adjusted by a tailor, fitted.

Fittedverb

(other senses)

Tailoredadjective

Made by a tailor.

‘His expensive tailored shirts didn't look that much better than off-the-rack, but they lasted much longer.’;

Fittedverb

inflection of fit||past|part|gloss=to tailor, change size

Tailoredverb

simple past tense and past participle of tailor

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Fittedverb

(other senses)

Tailoredadjective

severely simple in line or design;

‘a neat tailored suit’; ‘tailored curtains’;

Fittedadjective

(of a kitchen, bathroom, etc.) Incorporating all of the fittings into connected units.

Tailoredadjective

of clothing

Fittedadjective

made or shaped to fill a space or to cover something closely or exactly

‘navy-blue fitted sheets’; ‘the blouse has a fitted bodice’;

Tailoredadjective

(of clothes) smart, fitted, and well cut

‘a tailored charcoal-grey suit’;

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Fittedadjective

(of a carpet) cut and laid to cover a floor completely.

Fittedadjective

(of furniture) built to be fixed into a particular space

‘a fitted wardrobe’;

Fittedadjective

(of a room) equipped with matching units of fitted furniture

‘a fitted kitchen’;

Fittedadjective

attached to or provided with a particular component or article

‘a piping bag fitted with a star nozzle’;

Fittedadjective

having the appropriate qualities or skills to do something

‘I don't think he was fitted for the job’;

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