Definition of 'customized'
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As I tore round the corner, a customized Volkswagen Beetle convertible reversed out of a side alley. DEAD BEAT (2002)At least they can summon rock journalists with customized hot pink Volkswagen Beetle convertibles. KICK BACK (2002)First, the gun, a Glock P17, and a customized Steyr silencer. CHAMELEON (2002)
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British English: customized /ˈkʌstəˌmaɪzd/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is customized has had its appearance or features changed to suit someone's tastes or needs.
- American English: customized
- Arabic: مُعَدَّلٌ وَفْقاً لِطَلَبِ الزُّبُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: personalizado
- Chinese: 客户化的
- Croatian: prilagođen kupcu
- Czech: upravený na přání
- Danish: specialfremstillet
- Dutch: aangepast
- European Spanish: personalizado
- Finnish: räätälöity
- French: personnalisé
- German: maßgefertigt
- Greek: ειδικά προσαρμοσμένος
- Italian: personalizzato
- Japanese: カスタマイズされた
- Korean: 주문 제작한
- Norwegian: tilpasset
- Polish: przyzwyczajony
- European Portuguese: personalizado
- Romanian: personalizat
- Russian: заказной
- Spanish: personalizado
- Swedish: kundanpassad
- Thai: ที่สั่งทำ
- Turkish: ihtiyaca uyarlanmış
- Ukrainian: виготовлений на замовлення
- Vietnamese: theo yêu cầu của khách hàng
Definition of customized from the Collins English Dictionary
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