To form (e.g. a word out of morphemes, or a sentence out of words). (verb)
To constitute. (verb)
To interpret. (verb)
To bring into success. (verb)
To cause to be. (verb)
To cause to do. (verb)
To force to do. (verb)
To indicate or suggest to be. (verb)
To cover neatly with bedclothes. (verb)
To recognise, identify. (verb)
To arrive at a destination, usually at or by a certain time. (verb)
To proceed (in a direction). (verb)
To induct into the Mafia or a similar organization (as a made man). (verb)
To defecate or urinate. (verb)
To earn, to gain (compensation, reward, membership, or status). (verb)
To pay, to cover (an expense); chiefly used after expressions of inability. (verb)
Brand or kind; often paired with model. syn.Â transl. (noun)
How a thing is made; construction. syn. (noun)
Origin of a manufactured article; manufacture. syn. (noun)
Quantity produced, especially of materials. syn. (noun)
The act or process of making something, especially in industrial manufacturing. syn. (noun)
A person's character or disposition. syn. (noun)
The declaration of the trump for a hand. (noun)
The closing of an electrical circuit. syn. (noun)
A software utility for automatically building large applications, or an implementation of this utility. (noun)
Recognition or identification, especially from police records or evidence. syn. (noun)
Past or future target of seduction (usually female). syn. (noun)
A promotion. (noun)
Mate; a spouse or companion. (noun)
Examples of word make
Plus, I like to check the quality of a book before I buy..make sure the glue is adequate and the cover isn't pulling away from the binding, check to make sure I am getting a 1st edition, etc.
I crossed the road of many Saakachvili's .. in their thirties or fourties, US-trained, long-teethed wolves fascinated by politics to make a carrier, ready to Â«make HistoryÂ» as long as History is flexible and obedient.
Climate change, he indicated, Â“will make scarce resources, clean water, viable agricultural land even scarcerÂ”Â—and this will Â“make the emergence of violent conflict more rather than less likely.
"Fine feathers make fine birds," the old proverb tells us; but no amount of fine dressing will ever _make_ a lady.
It was as if a little mechanical toy should be contrived to make the motion of striking, and brilliantly _make_ it.