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Adjective: bespoke  bi'spowk
Usage: Brit
  1. (of clothing) custom-made
    "We originated the plan of selling bespoke boots and shoes direct from the factory";
    - bespoken, made-to-order, tailored, tailor-made, made-to-measure
  2. Built for a particular individual or business
    "a software system developed specifically for them as a bespoke solution";
    - custom-built, made-to-order, tailor-made [Brit]
Verb: bespeak (bespoke,bespoken)  bi'speek
  1. Be a signal for or a symptom of
    "These symptoms bespeak a serious illness";
    - betoken [archaic], indicate, point, signal
  2. Express the need or desire for
    - request, ask for, call for, quest

See also: custom, custom-made

Type of: communicate, pass, pass along, pass on, put across, tell

Encyclopedia: Bespoke