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  • A class can be seen as a decision that has to be made.
  • There is no further information as to whether any agreement has been made.
  • It was hard for me in my state to make out what was going on.
  • He makes the average or above average player look like a star at times.
  • Whether or not she ever comes back is never made clear.
  • Their songs can make or break a film and usually do.
  • For every woman who makes herself male shall enter into the kingdom of heaven.
  • He was soon made vice president in charge of music for both television and features.
  • I think I like it more than any other phase of film making.
  • They have taken action to make sure that they have fair and open tax systems.
  • We must trust the accused to make such an important decision for himself.
  • Only thirty-eight made it through their first year in the New World.
  • Her systems were made to be similar to a human's.
  • This also meant no progress has been made in global state security.
  • By December they decided to try his plan and made him a Colonel.
  • The competition is what makes the game fun and the players play their best.
  • We can also ask which n makes it to be prime.
  • In the end, it's all worth it because it really makes me happy.
  • It is designed to make it possible to supply these items for a large population.
  • The look of his bright eyes made quite an impression on me.
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Meaning of make

  • verb Engage in
    make love, not war, make an effort, do research, do nothing, make revolution
  • verb Give certain properties to something
    get someone mad, She made us look silly, He made a fool of himself at the meeting, Don't make this into a big deal, This invention will make you a millionaire, Make yourself clear
  • verb Make or cause to be or to become
    make a mess in one's office, create a furor
  • verb Compel or make somebody or something to act in a certain way
    People cannot be made to integrate just by passing a law!, Heat makes you sweat
  • verb Be or be capable of being changed or made into
    He makes a great host, He will make a fine father
  • verb Make by shaping or bringing together constituents
    make a dress, make a cake, make a wall of stones
  • verb Perform or carry out
    make a decision, make a move, make advances, make a phone call
  • verb Change from one form into another
    make water into wine, make lead into gold, make clay into bricks
  • verb Act in a certain way so as to acquire
    make friends, make enemies
  • verb Carry out or commit
    make a mistake, commit a faux-pas
  • verb Form by assembling individuals or constituents
    Make a quorum
  • verb Put in order or neaten
    make the bed, make up a room
  • verb Undergo fabrication or creation
    This wool makes into a nice sweater
  • verb Be suitable for
    Wood makes good furniture
  • verb Add up to
    four and four make eight
  • verb Amount to
    This salary increase makes no difference to my standard of living
  • verb Constitute the essence of
    Clothes make the man
  • verb Appear to begin an activity
    He made to speak but said nothing in the end, She made as if to say hello to us
  • verb Proceed along a path
    work one's way through the crowd, make one's way into the forest
  • verb Reach in time
    We barely made the plane
  • verb Gather and light the materials for
    make a fire
  • verb Assure the success of
    A good review by this critic will make your play!
  • verb Represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like
    She makes like an actress
  • verb Consider as being
    It wasn't the problem some people made it
  • verb Calculate as being
    I make the height about 100 feet
  • verb Cause to be enjoyable or pleasurable
    make my day
  • verb Favor the development of
    Practice makes the winner
  • verb Develop into
    He will make a splendid father!
  • verb Behave in a certain way
    make merry
  • verb Eliminate urine
    Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug