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make (n):
the act of mixing cards haphazardly
Related Words: shuffleshuffling
make (n):
a recognizable kind
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there's a new brand of hero in the movies now.
what make of car is that?
make (v):
act in a certain way so as to acquire
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make friends.
make enemies
make (v):
eliminate urine
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Again, the cat had made on the expensive rug
Related Words: micturatepeepiddlepissurinate
make (v):
have a bowel movement
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The dog had made in the flower beds
Related Words: crapdefecateshitstool
make (v):
behave in a certain way
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make merry
make (v):
give certain properties to something
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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
make (v):
reach a destination, either real or abstract
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We hit Detroit by noon.
The water reached the doorstep.
We barely made it to the finish line.
I have to hit the MAC machine before the weekend starts

Related Word: attain
make (v):
reach in time
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We barely made the plane
make (v):
reach a goal, e.g.,
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make the first team.
We made it!
She may not make the grade

Related Word: reach
make (v):
put in order or neaten
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make the bed.
make up a room
make (v):
develop into
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He will make a splendid father!
make (v):
change from one form into another
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make water into wine.
make lead into gold.
make clay into bricks
make (v):
favor the development of
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Practice makes the winner
make (v):
cause to be enjoyable or pleasurable
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make my day
make (v):
institute, enact, or establish
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make laws
make (v):
calculate as being
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I make the height about 100 feet
make (v):
consider as being
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It wasn't the problem some people made it
make (v):
make, formulate, or derive in the mind
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I draw a line here.
draw a conclusion.
draw parallels.
make an estimate.
What do you make of his remarks?
make (v):
cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner
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The ads induced me to buy a VCR.
My children finally got me to buy a computer.
My wife made me buy a new sofa

Related Words: causeinducestimulate
make (v):
represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like
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She makes like an actress
Related Words: believepretend
make (v):
assure the success of
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A good review by this critic will make your play!
make (v):
induce to have sex
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Harry finally seduced Sally.
Did you score last night?
Harry made Sally

Related Words: scoreseduce
make (v):
gather and light the materials for
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make a fire
make (v):
create or manufacture a man-made product
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We produce more cars than we can sell.
The company has been making toys for two centuries

Related Words: createproduce
make (v):
make or cause to be or to become
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make a mess in one's office.
create a furor

Related Words: create
make (v):
create or design, often in a certain way
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Do my room in blue.
I did this piece in wood to express my love for the forest
make (v):
create by artistic means
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create a poem.
Schoenberg created twelve-tone music.
Picasso created Cubism.
Auden made verses

Related Words: create
make (v):
give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally
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cause a commotion.
make a stir.
cause an accident

Related Word: cause
make (v):
compel or make somebody or something to act in a certain way
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People cannot be made to integrate just by passing a law!
Heat makes you sweat
make (v):
make by shaping or bringing together constituents
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make a dress.
make a cake.
make a wall of stones
make (v):
make by combining materials and parts
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this little pig made his house out of straw.
Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer

Related Words: buildconstruct
make (v):
prepare for eating by applying heat
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Cook me dinner, please.
can you make me an omelette?
fix breakfast for the guests, please

Related Words: cookprepare
make (v):
organize or be responsible for
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hold a reception.
have, throw, or make a party.
give a course
make (v):
perform or carry out
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make a decision.
make a move.
make advances.
make a phone call
make (v):
appear to begin an activity
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He made to speak but said nothing in the end.
She made as if to say hello to us
make (v):
proceed along a path
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work one's way through the crowd.
make one's way into the forest
make (v):
head into a specified direction
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The escaped convict took to the hills.
We made for the mountains
make (v):
earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages
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How much do you make a month in your new job?
She earns a lot in her new job.
this merger brought in lots of money.
He clears $5,000 each month

Related Words: earngain
make (v):
achieve a point or goal
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Nicklaus had a 70.
The Brazilian team got 4 goals.
She made 29 points that day
make (v):
charge with a function; charge to be
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She was named Head of the Committee.
She was made president of the club

Related Words: namenominate
make (v):
constitute the essence of
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Clothes make the man
make (v):
to compose or represent:
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This wall forms the background of the stage setting.
The branches made a roof.
This makes a fine introduction

Related Words: constituteform
make (v):
engage in
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make love, not war.
make an effort.
do research.
do nothing.
make revolution
make (v):
carry out or commit
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make a mistake.
commit a faux-pas
make (v):
form by assembling individuals or constituents
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Make a quorum
make (v):
amount to
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This salary increase makes no difference to my standard of living
make (v):
be or be capable of being changed or made into
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He makes a great host.
He will make a fine father
make (v):
add up to
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four and four make eight
make (v):
be suitable for
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Wood makes good furniture
make (v):
undergo fabrication or creation
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This wool makes into a nice sweater
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