The Word is:”make”
verb: make; 3rd person present: makes; past tense: made; past participle: made; gerund or present participle: making
1. form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; create.
“my grandmother made a dress for me”
synonyms: construct, build, assemble, put together, manufacture, produce, fabricate, create,
“he makes model steam engines”
“buffalo’s milk can be made into cheese”
“make a list of all the points you can think of”
synonyms: formulate, frame, draw up, devise, make out, prepare, compile, compose, put
“I’ve made a will and left you everything”
“after breakfast you’d have until 8.25 to make your bed”
complete or close (a circuit).
2. cause (something) to exist or come about; bring about.
“the drips had made a pool on the floor”
“decorative features make brickwork more interesting”
enter into a contract of (marriage).
“as many sailors do, he made a foolish marriage”
“the issue price makes them good value”
“the work which made Wordsworth’s reputation”
3. compel (someone) to do something.
“she bought me a brandy and made me drink it”
synonyms: force, compel, coerce, press, drive, pressure, pressurize, oblige, require; have
informalrailroad, bulldoze, put the heat on, put the screws on, turn/tighten the screw/screws on
“she made me drink it”
4. constitute; amount to.
“they made an unusual duo”
“he’ll make a great leader”
“How many are there? I make it sixteen”
synonyms: compute, calculate, work out; estimate, count up, determine, gauge, reckon, put a figure on, give a figure to, forecast, predict
“what do you make the total?”
“let’s make it 7.30”
synonyms: reach, come to, settle on, determine on, conclude, establish, seal
“we’ve got to make a decision”
5. gain or earn (money or profit).
“he’d made a lot of money out of hardware”
“he had a great talent for making money”
score (a specified number of runs).
“he made a century”
6. North Americaninformal
induce (someone) to have sexual intercourse with one.
“he had been trying to make Cynthia for two years now”
7.(in bridge, whist, etc.) win (a trick).
(of the tide) begin to flow or ebb.
noun: make; plural noun: makes
1. the manufacturer or trade name of a product.
“the make, model, and year of his car”
synonyms: brand, marque, model, mark, sort, type, kind, variety, style, label
“a different make of car”
2. the making of electrical contact.
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