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add to combine (something) with something else, often to increase the quantity of the latter, or to improve it or make it more complete. [1/6 definitions]
assimilate in phonetics, to modify (a sound) to make it resemble a linguistically adjacent sound. [1/8 definitions]
ballast heavy material placed in the hold of a boat or ship to make it more stable. [2/4 definitions]
blacking a substance that is applied to an object to make it black.
bundle a package wrapped to make it easier to carry. [1/6 definitions]
calender a machine in which paper or cloth is pressed between rollers to make it smooth or glossy. [1/2 definitions]
conversion something that has been modified or adapted to make it suitable for new or different purposes. [1/6 definitions]
crinoline a stiff petticoat worn under a full skirt to make it stand out. [1/3 definitions]
gold a precious yellow metal chemical element that has seventy-nine protons in each nucleus, that occurs in pure form as a very dense, lustrous, highly malleable solid, and that is often mixed with other metals to make it harder and stronger. (symbol: Au) [1/11 definitions]
greet to make itself seen or heard by. [1/3 definitions]
hairdressing a cosmetic or medicinal preparation applied to the hair in order to make it more manageable. [1/4 definitions]
hair trigger a firearm trigger adjusted so that very slight pressure can make it function.
insole a removable piece of material made to be placed in a shoe to make it more comfortable or water-resistant. [1/2 definitions]
Mekong Delta an expansive delta region formed by the Mekong River in southeast Vietnam, whose wetlands make it a major rice producer. The Mekong Delta was a scene of heavy combat between U.S. and Viet Cong troops during the Viet Nam War.
modernization the process or act of updating or redesigning something to make it look new or contemporary. [1/3 definitions]
oilcloth a heavy smooth cloth that has been treated with oil and other materials to make it waterproof, and that is often used to line cupboards or as a tablecloth.
oilskin a cloth treated with oil to make it waterproof. [1/2 definitions]
striker the device in the bell of a clock that hits the bell to make it ring. [1/3 definitions]
sunshine law any law that obligates a government body to make its meetings and records accessible to the public.
wax paper a translucent wrapping paper that has been coated with paraffin to make it moisture-proof.