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be made for each other

British pronunciation/biː mˌeɪd fɔːɹ ˈiːtʃ ˈʌðə/
American pronunciation/biː mˌeɪd fɔːɹ ˈiːtʃ ˈʌðɚ/
to be made for each other

(of two people) to be considered a perfect match for one another

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What is the origin of the idiom "be made for each other" and when to use it?

The origin of the idiom "be made for each other" stems from the universal human desire to find a partner who complements and harmonizes with them on a deep level. The idiom draws upon the concept of two individuals being perfectly suited for one another, as if they were created specifically to be together. It implies a deep and natural compatibility in terms of personalities, interests and values.

1When Emma and Jack met, they knew they were made for each other and quickly fell in love.
2This new MacBook Pro and Photoshop are made for each other.
3"We were made for each other" This idiom is about destiny and fate.
4They're made for each other.
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