25 March 2008

Things I've Learned: Bespoke

Bespoke is the British equivalent of "custom made". You can get bespoke shoes, or bespoke suits (ideally from Savile Row), or bespoke software. Excellent term.

1 comment:

KMS said...

I didn't know it was a British word... I use it all the time, especially at work. It's well-suited for an aspect of my work that pertains to researching specific assignments and leading classes through that process.