No, it just means a specific tailor. Perhaps the studio that the actor worked for had a tailor that all the actors used. This could be "the" tailor. If it were the actor's tailor, you would normally say:Hello everyone,
Does this sentence mean that the actor used to have his own tailor in order to make his suits? Is there anything wrong with this sentence?
The actor used to have the tailor
tomake his suits.
Thanks in advance.
If you want to say that the actor had his own tailor make his suits, then you have to use the previous phrase I suggested (or some form thereof):How about "To make his suits, the actor used to have his tailor."
Is this possible?