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make 中文

EN[meɪk] [meɪkʲ] [-eɪk]
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    Definition of make in English Dictionary

  • 名词 (Noun)PLmakes
    1. (often of a car) Brand or kind; often paired with model. syn. transl.
      1. What make of car do you drive?
    2. How a thing is made; construction. syn.
      1. I can name the tribe every moccasin belongs to by the make of it.
    3. Origin of a manufactured article; manufacture. syn.
      1. The cane was undoubtedly of foreign make, for it had a solid silver ferrule at one end, which was not English hall–marked.
    4. NU Quantity produced, especially of materials. syn.
      1. In 1880 the make of pig iron in all countries was 18,300,000 tons.
    5. (dated) The act or process of making something, especially in industrial manufacturing. syn.
      1. [ …] papers are respectively of second or inferior quality, the last being perhaps torn or broken in the "make" — as the manufacture is technically termed.
    6. A person's character or disposition. syn.
      1. I never feel very much excited about any old thing; it's not my make; but I've got a sort of shiver inside of me, and a watery feeling in the heart region.
    7. (bridge) The declaration of the trump for a hand.
      1. It's your make as the cards lie. Take your time.
    8. (physics) The closing of an electrical circuit. syn.
      1. If the interrupter operated every 2 sec., the current would rise to 10 amp. and drop to zero with successive "makes" and "breaks."
    9. (computing) A software utility for automatically building large applications, or an implementation of this utility.
      1. However, the unzip and make programs weren't found, so the default was left blank.
    10. SLA Recognition or identification, especially from police records or evidence. syn.
      1. "They ever get a make on the blood type?" Horn asked, staring at the stained mattress.
    11. SLA (usually in phrase "easy make") Past or future target of seduction (usually female). syn.
      1. To me, if I weren't going with someone and was taking pills, it would be like advertising that I'm an easy make.
    12. SLA (military) A promotion.
      1. Sent back the list of makes with only Post and Hamilton on it. (Buckner had recommended 10 staff officers and 1 combat soldier!)
    13. A home-made project.
      1. Blue Peter "make"
    14. (basketball) A made basket.
      1. (dialectal) Mate; a spouse or companion.
        1. (Scotland, Ireland, Northern England, now rare) A halfpenny.
          1. the last we shall have, I take it; for a make to a million, but we trine to the nubbing cheat to-morrow.
      2. 动词 (Verb)SGmakesPRmakingPT, PPmade
        1. VT (heading) To create.
          1. We made a bird feeder for our yard.  I'll make a man out of him yet. ‎
          2. I made a poem for her wedding.  He made a will. ‎
          3. make war
          4. They were just a bunch of ne'er-do-wells who went around making trouble for honest men. ‎
        2. VI (now mostly colloquial) To behave, to act.
          1. To make like a deer caught in the headlights. ‎
          2. They made nice together, as if their fight never happened. ‎
          3. He made as if to punch him, but they both laughed and shook hands. ‎
        3. VI To tend; to contribute; to have effect; with for or against.
          1. To constitute.
            1. They make a cute couple.  This makes the third infraction.  One swallow does not a summer make. ‎
          2. VI (construed with of, typically interrogative) To interpret.
            1. I don’t know what to make of it. ‎
          3. VT (usually stressed) To bring into success.
            1. This company is what made you.  She married into wealth and so has it made. ‎
          4. VT (second object is an adjective or participle) To cause to be.
            1. The citizens made their objections clear.  This might make you a bit woozy.   Did I make myself heard?   Scotch will make you a man. ‎
          5. To cause to appear to be; to represent as.
            1. VT (second object is a verb) To cause (to do something); to compel (to do something).
              1. You're making her cry.  I was made to feel like a criminal. ‎
            2. VT (second object is a verb, can be stressed for emphasis or clarity) To force to do.
              1. The teacher made the student study.  Don’t let them make you suffer. ‎
            3. VT (of a fact) To indicate or suggest to be.
              1. His past mistakes don’t make him a bad person. ‎
            4. VT (of a bed) To cover neatly with bedclothes.
              1. VT (US slang) To recognise, identify.
                1. VT COL To arrive at a destination, usually at or by a certain time.
                  1. We should make Cincinnati by 7 tonight. ‎
                2. VI COL To proceed (in a direction).
                  1. They made westward over the snowy mountains.  Make for the hills! It's a wildfire!   They made away from the fire toward the river. ‎
                3. VT To cover (a given distance) by travelling.
                  1. I had occasion […] to make a somewhat long business trip to Chicago, and on my return […] I found Farrar awaiting me in the railway station. He smiled his wonted fraction by way of greeting, […], and finally leading me to his buggy, turned and drove out of town. I was completely mystified at such an unusual proceeding.
                4. VT To move at (a speed).
                  1. The ship could make 20 knots an hour in calm seas.  This baby can make 220 miles an hour. ‎
                5. To appoint; to name.
                  1. VT SLA To induct into the Mafia or a similar organization (as a made man).
                    1. VI COL (euphemistic) To defecate or urinate.
                      1. When my father comes back with a dark wet spot on his pants, right in front, as if he has made in his pants, he starts eating his food in great shovelfuls.
                    2. VT To earn, to gain (money, points, membership or status).
                      1. You have to spend money to make money!  He made twenty bucks playing poker last night.  They hope to make a bigger profit.  She makes more than he does, and works longer hours than he does, but she still does most of the house-cleaning.  He didn't make the choir after his voice changed.  She made ten points in that game. ‎
                    3. VT To pay, to cover (an expense); chiefly used after expressions of inability.
                      1. OBS VI To compose verses; to write poetry; to versify.
                        1. To enact; to establish.
                          1. To develop into; to prove to be.
                            1. She'll make a fine president. ‎
                          2. To form or formulate in the mind.
                            1. make plans;  made a questionable decision
                          3. OBS To act in a certain manner; to have to do; to manage; to interfere; to be active; often in the phrase to meddle or make.
                            1. OBS To increase; to augment; to accrue.
                              1. OBS To be engaged or concerned in.
                              2. 更多范例
                                1. 用于句中
                                  • You've been so kind to me, how can I make it up to you?
                                  • There was a will, friend, a true and lawful last will and testament of thee deceased uncle, in which theeself and thee cousin was made the sole heirs of the same.
                                  • Don't make me say it, Millie--it makes me sick to my stummick.
                                2. 用于句首
                                  • Make just one move, and I'll run you through, sir, without hesitation.
                                  • Make sure none of your men go off half-cocked and ruin this operation.
                                  • Make sure the workpiece is properly secured in the chuck before turning on the lathe.
                                3. 用于句尾
                                  • Improved graphics at the expense of battery life was a tradeoff the designers were willing to make.
                                  • To screen out the houses, Mr. Darke and Ms. Zoehrer have planted cedars and katsura trees, sweetshrub and shadbush, and turned their gaze inward, to the garden of their own making.
                                  • After the meeting, Jim summarised the major decisions made.
                              • 词类阶层 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
                                1. 名词
                                  • 可数名词
                                    • 单数形态
                                      • 不可数名词
                                    • 动词
                                      • 控制动词
                                        • 不及物动词
                                          • 及物动词
                                            • 依照形态转换的动词
                                              • 不规则动词
                                          相关连结:
                                          1. en makes
                                          2. en maketh
                                          3. en maker
                                          4. en makeshift
                                          5. en makeup
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                                          在语法上,这个单字"make"是一个名词,更具体地来说,是一个可数名词和一个单数形态。它同时也是一个动词,更具体地来说,是一个控制动词,一个不及物动词,一个及物动词和一个依照形态转换的动词
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