tailoring

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} uygun hale getir
{i} uyarlama
{f} uyarla
dikerek
{i} terzilik
{f} uygun hale getir: prep.dikerek
{i} uyarl
(isim) terzilik
tailor
terzi

Tom oldukça iyi bir terzidir. - Tom is a pretty good tailor.

Aktör takım elbiselerini terziye diktirirdi. - The actor used to have the tailor make his suits.

tailoring process
uygun hale getirme işlemi
tailor
{f} uydurmak
tailor
uygun hale getirmek
tailor
(isim) terzi
tailor
yakıştırmak
tailor
{f} uygun hale getir
tailor
adapte etmek
tailor
uyarla,v.uygun hale getir: n.terzi
tailor
giysi biçip diken kimse
tailor
elbise dikmek
tailor
yeni bir biçim vermek
single needle tailoring
Tek iğne terzilik
tailor
uyarla
tailor
{f} (belirli bir amaca göre) (bir şeyi) yapmak/değiştirmek
tailor
{f} dikmek
tailor
dikici
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Present participle of tailor
Any modification or ornamentation
Work done by a tailor
Adapting something--such as a control, safety program, practice, or requirement within the ISMS--to suit the need or purposes of a particular operation/activity, taking into account the type of work and associated hazards
the work of making men's clothes, or the style in which they are made
The process by which individual task statements (sections, paragraphs, or sentences) of specifications, standards, and related documents are evaluated to determine the extent to which they are most suitable for a specific system and equipment acquisition and the modification of these requirements to ensure that each achieves an optimal balance between operational needs and cost The tailoring of data product standards and DIDs is limited to the exclusion of information requirement provisions
the occupation of a tailor
Selecting or altering test procedures, condition, values, tolerance etc , to simulate or exaggerate the environmental effects of one or more forcing functions
Selecting or altering test procedures, conditions, values, tolerances, measures of failure, etc , to simulate or exaggerate the environmental effects of one or more forcing functions
The process by which sections, paragraphs, and sentences of specifications, standards, and other requirements and tasking documents are evaluated to determine the extent to which they are applicable to a specific acquisition contract and then modified to balance performance, cost, schedule, and risk
The process by which the individual requirements (paragraphs, sub-paragraphs, or sentences) of the selected documents are evaluated to determine the extent to which each requirement is most suitable for a specific system/equipment acquisition and the modification of these requirements, where necessary, to ensure that each achieves an optimal balance between operational needs and costs Process must conform to provisions of existing regulations governing R&M programmes and take care not to exclude those requirements which are determined as essential to meeting operational needs
The business or the work of a tailor or a tailoress
tailor
To make or adapt (something) for a specific need
tailor
To make, repair, or alter clothes
tailor
A person who makes, repairs, or alters clothes professionally, especially suits and men's clothing
tailor
{n} one who makes men's cloaths
single needle tailoring
(Tekstil) It indicates a finer seam, wherin only one line of stitching (instead of two) is used. Although single-needle tailoring usually helps the shirt drape better, a single line of stitching is not as strong as a double line, which is why many fine shirt-makers use double-needle stitching at stress points (like the armholes)
tailor
create (clothes) with cloth; "Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?"
tailor
a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
tailor
The fish Pomatomus saltatrix
tailor
{i} one who makes or alters garments
tailor
make fit for a specific purpose
tailor
The goldfish
tailor
To practice making men's clothes; to follow the business of a tailor
tailor
The mattowacca; called also tailor herring
tailor
One whose occupation is to cut out and make men's garments; also, one who cuts out and makes ladies' outer garments
tailor
If you tailor something such as a plan or system to someone's needs, you make it suitable for a particular person or purpose by changing the details of it. We can tailor the program to the patient's needs. someone whose job is to make men's clothes, that are measured to fit each customer perfectly dressmaker (tailleur, from taillier , from taliare, from talea ). to make something so that it is exactly right for someone's particular needs or for a particular purpose tailor sth to sth
tailor
The silversides
tailor
style and tailor in a certain fashion; "cut a dress"
tailor
{f} work as a tailor; make or alter a garment; create or adapt for a particular need or desire
tailor
A person who makes, repairs, or alters clothes professionally, especially suits and mens clothing
tailor
To restrict (something) in order to meet a particular need, e.g. a narrowly tailored law
tailor
A tailor is a person whose job is to make men's clothes
tailoring
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