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  1. make

    • IPA[meɪk]

    英式

    • v.
      form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; create;alter something so that it forms (something else)
    • n.
      the manufacturer or trade name of a product;the structure or composition of something.
    • noun: make, plural noun: makes

    • verb: make, 3rd person present: makes, gerund or present participle: making, past tense: made, past participle: made

    • 釋義
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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; create:

      my grandmother made a dress for me

      the body is made from four pieces of maple

    • 2. alter something so that it forms (something else):

      buffalo's milk can be made into cheese

    • 3. compose or draw up (something written or abstract):

      make a list of all the points you can think of

    • 4. prepare (a dish, drink, or meal):

      she was making lunch for Lucy and Francis

      I'll make us both a cup of tea

    • 5. arrange bedclothes tidily on (a bed) ready for use:

      after breakfast you'd have until 8.25 to make your bed

    • 6. arrange and light materials for (a fire).
    • 7. complete or close (a circuit).
    • 8. cause (something) to exist or come about; bring about:

      the drips had made a pool on the floor

    • 9. cause to become or seem:

      decorative features make brickwork more interesting

      the best way to disarm your critics is to make them laugh

    • 10. carry out, perform, or produce (a specified action or sound):

      anyone can make a mistake

    • 11. (in soccer) enable a teammate to score (a goal) by one's play.
    • 12. communicate or express (an idea, request, or requirement):

      there are two more points to make

      make him an offer he can't refuse

    • 13. enter into a contract of (marriage):

      as many sailors do, he made a foolish marriage

    • 14. appoint or designate (someone) to a position:

      he was made a fellow of the Royal Institute

    • 15. represent or cause to appear in a specified way:

      the issue price makes them good value

    • 16. cause to be successful:

      the work which made Wordsworth's reputation

    • 17. compel (someone) to do something:

      she bought me a brandy and made me drink it

    • 18. constitute; amount to:

      they made an unusual duo

    • 19. be suitable for or likely to develop into:

      this fern makes a good houseplant

    • 20. consider to be; estimate as:

      How many are there? I make it sixteen

    • 21. agree or decide on (a specified arrangement):

      let's make it 7.30

    • 22. gain or earn (money or profit):

      he'd made a lot of money out of hardware

    • 23. score (a specified number of runs):

      he made a century

    • 24. manage to arrive at (a place) within a specified time or catch (a train or other form of transport):

      we've got a lot to do if you're going to make the shuttle

      they didn't always make it on time

    • 25. become successful:

      he waited confidently for his band to make it

    • 26. succeed in reaching safety or in surviving:

      the pilot didn't make it—his neck's broken

    • 27. achieve a place in:

      Australia should make the final

    • 28. achieve the rank of:

      he wasn't going to make captain

    • 29. prepare to go in a particular direction:

      he struggled to his feet and made towards the car

    • 30. act as if one is about to perform an action:

      she made as if to leave the room

    • 31. induce (someone) to have sexual intercourse with one:

      he had been trying to make Cynthia for two years now

    • 32. (in bridge, whist, etc.) win (a trick).
    • 33. win a trick with (a card).
    • 34. win the number of tricks that fulfils (a contract).
    • 35. shuffle (cards) for dealing.
    • 36. (of the tide) begin to flow or ebb.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the manufacturer or trade name of a product:

      the make, model, and year of his car

    • 2. the structure or composition of something.
    • 3. the making of electrical contact.
    • v.
      past and past participle of make
    • adj.
      made in a particular place or way:
    • a Japanese-made camera

      handmade chocolates

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    • past and past participle of make
    • adj.
      made or formed in a particular place or by a particular process:
    • a Japanese-made camera

      handmade chocolates

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    • ph. move or head toward (a place)

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    • n. cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance:

    • she came downstairs, her face still white under her heavy make-up

      stage make-up

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    • ph. move or head towards (a place)

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    • n.
      the action of pretending or imagining that things are better than they really are:
    • she's living in a world of make-believe
    • adj.
      imitating something real:
    • he was firing a make-believe gun at the spy planes
    • v.
      pretend; imagine:
    • you can make-believe you're swimming out in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean

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    • n.
      the action of pretending or imagining that things are better than they really are:
    • she's living in a world of make-believe
    • adj.
      imitating something real; pretend:
    • he was firing a make-believe gun at the spy planes
    • v.
      pretend; imagine:
    • Brenda rode along, make-believing she was a knight riding to the rescue

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    • ph. make progress; fare

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    • IPA[māk]

    美式

    • v.
      form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; construct; create:
    • my grandmother made a dress for me

      the body is made from four pieces of maple

    • n.
      the manufacturer or trade name of a particular product:
    • the make, model, and year of his car

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    • make的用法

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    • make用法

      make / have has / let + 原行動詞 Make make當使役動詞用時 , 後面所接的動詞要用原型動詞 , 不能使用不定詞(to)或...

    • make take..........

      make vt. (及物動詞) 1. 做;製造;建造[(+for)] Mary made a paper boat. 2. 做出(某種舉動) I didn't...12. 使成功 13. 構成;組成 A car is made up of many different parts. vi. (不及物動詞...