make [-s, -th, made, making, mak'st] v
- Create; form; cause to exist.
- Construct; frame; fashion; constitute; form of materials.
- Cause to be; cause to become; have oneself to be.
- Prepare; organize; get ready; put into suitable form.
- Cure; harvest; reap; prepare for preservation; cut, stack, and dry for future use.
- Perform; accomplish; execute; participate in.
- Change to; transform into.
- Cause to; inflict upon.
- Bear; give; offer; provide.
- Compel; constrain.
- Empower; cause to; [make + verb.]
- Pay; show; extend; respond with; give in return.
- Cause to seem; cause to approximate.
- Get; acquire; collect; accumulate.
- Feign; pose; act.
- Allow; provide; have a tendency.
- Reach; arrive at.
- Phrase. “Make out”: constitute; represent; create an image in.
- Phrase. “Makes effort”: work; labor; travail; strive; struggle.
- Phrase. “Make acquaintance”: meet; encounter; get to know; present oneself to; become introduced to.
- Phrase. “Make of”: force; compel; set up; cause to become; cause to assume a role as.
- Phrase. “Make believe”: dream; hope; wish; pretend; imagine; fantasize.
- Phrase. “made Flesh”: incarnate; embodied; given a mortal body; brought to life as a human being; [fig.] sanctified by mortal experience; [metaphor] pronounced; represented in speech sounds; spoken aloud in a particular language.