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Noun: custom  kús-tum
  1. Accepted or habitual practice
    - usage, usance [archaic]
  2. A specific practice of long standing
    - tradition
  3. Money collected under a tariff
    - customs, customs duty, impost
  4. Habitual patronage
    "I have given this tailor my custom for many years"
Adjective: custom  kús-tum
  1. Made according to the specifications of an individual
    - custom-made

Derived forms: customs

See also: bespoke [Brit], bespoken, custom-built, made-to-measure, made-to-order, tailored, tailor-made

Type of: duty, patronage, pattern, practice, survival, tariff, trade

Antonym: ready-made

Encyclopedia: Custom