The Word 'MAKE'

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Meanings Of The Word 'Make'

Make (noun)

definition:
the act of mixing cards haphazardly

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Shuffle

Make (noun)

definition:
a recognizable kind

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Brand

Make (verb)

definition:
act in a certain way so as to acquire

example:
"make friends"

Make (verb)

definition:
eliminate urine

Make (verb)

definition:
have a bowel movement

Make (verb)

definition:
behave in a certain way

example:
"make merry"

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Play

Make (verb)

definition:
give certain properties to something

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Get

Make (verb)

definition:
put in order or neaten

example:
"make the bed"

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Make Up

Make (verb)

definition:
develop into

example:
"I will make a splendid father!"

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Amount

Make (verb)

definition:
change from one form into another

example:
"make water into wine"

Make (verb)

definition:
favor the development of

example:
"Practice makes the winner"

Make (verb)

definition:
cause to be enjoyable or pleasurable

example:
"make my day"

Make (verb)

definition:
institute, enact, or establish

example:
"make laws"

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Lay Down Establish

Make (verb)

definition:
calculate as being

example:
"I make the height about 100 feet"

Make (verb)

definition:
consider as being

Make (verb)

definition:
make, formulate, or derive in the mind

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Draw

Make (verb)

definition:
cause to do

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Cause

Make (verb)

definition:
represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like

example:
"They make like actors."

Make (verb)

definition:
assure the success of

example:
"A good review by this critic will make your play!"

Make (verb)

definition:
induce to have sex

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Score

Make (verb)

definition:
make or cause to be or to become

example:
"make a mess in one's office"

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Create

Make (verb)

definition:
create or design, often in a certain way

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Do

Make (verb)

definition:
create or manufacture a man-made product

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Create

Make (verb)

definition:
create by artistic means

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Create

Make (verb)

definition:
give rise to

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Cause

Make (verb)

definition:
compel or make somebody or something to act in a certain way

Make (verb)

definition:
make by shaping or bringing together constituents

example:
"make a dress"

Make (verb)

definition:
make by combining materials and parts

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Build Construct

Make (verb)

definition:
prepare for eating by applying heat

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Fix

Make (verb)

definition:
organize or be responsible for

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Throw

Make (verb)

definition:
gather and light the materials for

example:
"make a fire"

Make (verb)

definition:
perform or carry out

example:
"make a decision"

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Cut

Make (verb)

definition:
reach a destination, either real or abstract

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Hit

Make (verb)

definition:
reach in time

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Catch

Make (verb)

definition:
reach a goal, e.g., 'make the first team'

Make (verb)

definition:
proceed along a path

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Work

Make (verb)

definition:
head into a specified direction

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Take

Make (verb)

definition:
appear to begin an activity

Make (verb)

definition:
earn on some commercial or business transaction

Make (verb)

definition:
achieve a point or goal

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Get Have

Make (verb)

definition:
charge with a function

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Name Nominate

Make (verb)

definition:
engage in

example:
"make love, not war"

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Do

Make (verb)

definition:
carry out or commit

example:
"make a mistake"

Make (verb)

definition:
form by assembling individuals or constituents

Make (verb)

definition:
constitute the essence of

example:
"Clothes make the man"

Make (verb)

definition:
to compose or represent:'This wall forms the background of the stage setting'

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Form

Make (verb)

definition:
amount to

example:
"This salary increase makes no difference to my standard of living"

Make (verb)

definition:
be, or be capable of being, changed or made into

example:
"I make a great host, if I do say so myself."

Make (verb)

definition:
add up to

example:
"four and four make eight"

Make (verb)

definition:
be suitable for

example:
"Wood makes good furniture"

Make (verb)

definition:
undergo fabrication or creation

example:
"This wool makes into a nice sweater"

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