off-the-rack

[awf-thuh-rak, of-]
adjective
1.
(of clothing) not made to specific or individual requirements; ready-made: off-the-rack men's suits.
2.
Slang. off-the-wall.

Origin:
1965–70

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Example sentences
And the advice economists give to countries aspiring to prosperity no longer comes off-the-rack.
The human brain has many unique features when compared with an off-the-rack mammalian brain.
The software will also tailor the movements of off-the-rack extenders to humans of any strength.
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