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make

make

 
pronunciation:
meIk
parts of speech:
verb, noun
phrases:
make do, make up, make it
part of speech: verb
inflections: makes, making, made
definition 1: to produce a new thing that did not exist before.
Stop making so much noise!
synonyms:
form, produce
similar words:
fix
definition 2: to put in order or prepare.
She makes the beds every morning.He makes dinner every night.
synonyms:
arrange, fix, prepare
similar words:
cook
definition 3: to cause something to exist by putting parts together; build.
They made a table out of wood.
synonyms:
build, construct, form, prepare
similar words:
compose, create, fix, produce
definition 4: to cause to be.
The news about the accident made him sad.
definition 5: to force someone to do something, or cause a thing to do something.
I made my son clean his room.The wind made her hat fly away.
similar words:
convince, demand, force, get, induce, persuade, pressure, require
definition 6: to earn.
The head of the company makes a lot of money.
synonyms:
earn
similar words:
gain, get, obtain
 
part of speech: noun
definition: the brand of something.
What make of car is that?
synonyms:
brand, kind, sort, type
similar words:
label, model, trademark
phrase: make do
phrase: make up
phrase: make it