ready made

ready-made

[red-ee-meyd]
adjective
1.
made in advance for sale to any purchaser, rather than to order: a ready-made coat.
2.
made for immediate use.
3.
unoriginal; conventional.
noun
5.
something that is ready-made, as a garment or a piece of furniture or equipment.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English

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ready-made
 
adj
1.  made for purchase and immediate use by any customer: a ready-made jacket
2.  extremely convenient or ideally suited: a ready-made solution
3.  unoriginal or conventional: ready-made phrases
 
n
4.  a ready-made article, esp a garment

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