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abacus a device used to make arithmetic calculations, consisting of a frame with parallel rods or grooves that hold movable counters such as beads.
abrade to make rough or injure by scraping. [1/4 definitions]
accept to make a positive reply to (an invitation or the like). [1/6 definitions]
accommodate to make suited; adapt. [1/6 definitions]
accord to cause to agree; make harmonious; reconcile. [1/6 definitions]
acidify to make or change into acid. [1/2 definitions]
acquaint to introduce, or to make familiar or accustomed to (usu. fol. by "with"). [1/2 definitions]
acronym a type of abbreviation used as a word, formed by combining the initial letters (or initial parts) of words that make up a particular string. The pronunciation of an acronym is based on the typical rules of pronouncing words in a language and is not made up of the sounds of the names of individual letters.
activate to initiate action in; make active. [2/5 definitions]
activism the belief in or practice of trying to make social or political changes through active, militant, or demonstrative involvement, esp. in particular issues.
actualize to make real; to give substance to.
acuminate to make sharp or pointed, as by tapering. [1/2 definitions]
adapt to make fit or suitable for a particular need or condition; adjust. [1/2 definitions]
add to combine (something) with something else, often to increase the quantity of the latter, or to improve it or make it more complete. [2/6 definitions]
add up to bring one to a logical conclusion; to make sense.
adjudicate to act as a judge; make a decision judicially. [1/2 definitions]
ad-lib to make up or do without preparation; improvise (something spoken, sung, or played). [2/3 definitions]
administer to dispense or make application of. [1/5 definitions]
admix to mix with or into something else; make an admixture with.
adulterate to make worse or impure by adding unnecessary or inferior ingredients. [1/3 definitions]
advance to make progress or grow. [1/13 definitions]