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make out

part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to clearly see or distinguish.
The name is blurry so I can't really make it out.He's easy to make out in a crowd since he's so tall.
definition 2: to grasp clearly; comprehend.
She was speaking so fast that I couldn't make out what she was saying.I can't make out the meaning of this sentence; it doesn't seem logical to me.
definition 3: to manage in a certain situation; get along.
He's making out much better in school this year than last year.How is your daughter making out in her new job?
definition 4: to complete or address (a form), esp. a banking document.
I made out the check but I forgot to send it to the plumber.If you're going to write a check, could you make it out to R&C Electric?
definition 5: to pretend something that is not true (fol. by a clause beginning with "that").
I wonder why he made out that he'd never been there before.
definition 6: to kiss and embrace in a romantic way.