Translations for makemeɪk

1

make(verb)

to create, form or produce

God made the Earth; She makes all her own clothes; He made it out of paper; to make a muddle/mess of the job; to make lunch/coffee; We made an arrangement/agreement/deal/bargain.

2

make(verb)

to compel, force or cause (a person or thing to do something)

They made her do it; He made me laugh.

3

make(verb)

to cause to be

I made it clear; You've made me very unhappy.

4

make(verb)

to gain or earn

He makes $100 a week; to make a profit.

5

make(verb)

(of numbers etc) to add up to; to amount to

2 and 2 make(s) 4.

6

make(verb)

to become, turn into, or be

He'll make an excellent teacher.

7

make(verb)

to estimate as

I make the total 483.

8

make(verb)

to appoint, or choose, as

He was made manager.

9

make(noun)

a (usually manufacturer's) brand

What make is your new car?

10

make(verb)

used with many nouns to give a similar meaning to that of the verb from which the noun is formed

He made several attempts (= attempted several times); They made a left turn (= turned left); He made (= offered) a suggestion/proposal; Have you any comments to make?

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

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