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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis make reiškia 1. v (made) 1) daryti, dirbti, gaminti; 2) sukurti, sudaryti, surašyti (testamentą); 3) priversti; to make after persekioti, vytis; to make at smbužpilti (ką), to make away with a) nusikratyti; nužudyti; b) išnaudoti; išsemti;to make for a) bendrai veikti lietuviškai.

Make tarimas:

  • /meik/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • verb-transitive: To cause to exist or happen; bring about; create: made problems for us; making a commotion.
  • verb-transitive: To bring into existence by shaping, modifying, or putting together material; construct: make a dress; made a stone wall.
  • verb-transitive: To form by assembling individuals or constituents: make a quorum.
  • verb-transitive: To change from one form or function to another: make clay into bricks.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to be or become: made her position clear; a decision that made him happy.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to assume a specified function or role: made her treasurer; made Austin his home.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to act in a specified manner: Heat makes gases expand.
  • verb-transitive: To compel: made him quit.
  • verb-transitive: To form in the mind: make an estimate.
  • verb-transitive: To compose: make verses.
  • verb-transitive: To prepare; fix: make dinner.
  • verb-transitive: To get ready or set in order for use: made the bed.
  • verb-transitive: To gather and light the materials for (a fire).
  • verb-transitive: To engage in: make war.
  • verb-transitive: To carry out; perform: make a phone call; make an incision.
  • verb-transitive: To achieve, produce, or attain: made peace between the two sides; not making sense; didn't make the quota.
  • verb-transitive: To institute or establish; enact: make laws.
  • verb-transitive: To draw up and execute in a suitable form: make a will.
  • verb-transitive: To arrange or agree to: make a date.
  • verb-transitive: To arrive at; reach: made Seattle in two hours.
  • verb-transitive: To reach in time: just made the plane.
  • verb-transitive: To attain the rank or position of: made lieutenant.
  • verb-transitive: To acquire a place in or on: made the baseball team; made the newspapers.
  • verb-transitive: To gain or earn, as by working: make money.
  • verb-transitive: To behave so as to acquire: make friends.
  • verb-transitive: To score or achieve, as in a sport: made a field goal.
  • verb-transitive: To assure the success of: Favorable reviews can make a play.
  • verb-transitive: To favor the development of: Practice makes a winning team.
  • verb-transitive: To be suited for: Oak makes strong furniture.
  • verb-transitive: To develop into: will make a fine doctor.
  • verb-transitive: To draw a conclusion as to the significance or nature of: don't know what to make of the decision.
  • verb-transitive: To calculate as being; estimate: I make the height 20 feet.
  • verb-transitive: To consider as being: wasn't the problem some people made it.
  • verb-transitive: To constitute: Ten members make a quorum.
  • verb-transitive: To add up to: Two and two make four.
  • verb-transitive: To amount to: makes no difference.
  • verb-transitive: To cover (a distance): made 200 miles before sunset
  • verb-transitive: To constitute the essence or nature of: Clothes make the man.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to be especially enjoyable or rewarding: You made my day.
  • verb-transitive: To appear to begin (an action): She made to leave.
  • verb-transitive: Slang To persuade to have sexual intercourse.
  • verb-intransitive: To act or behave in a specified manner: make merry; make free.
  • verb-intransitive: To begin or appear to begin an action: made as if to shake my hand.
  • verb-intransitive: To cause something to be as specified: make ready; make sure.
  • verb-intransitive: To proceed in a certain direction: made for home; made after the thief.
  • verb-intransitive: Slang To pretend to be; imitate. Used with like: made like a ballerina.
  • verb-intransitive: To undergo fabrication or manufacture: This wool makes up into a warm shawl.
  • verb-intransitive: To rise or accumulate: The tide is making.
  • noun: The act or process of making; manufacturing.
  • noun: The style or manner in which a thing is made: disliked the make of my coat.
  • noun: The amount produced, especially the output of a factory.
  • noun: A specific line of manufactured goods, identified by the manufacturer's name or the registered trademark: a famous make of shirt.
  • noun: The physical or moral nature of a person; character or disposition: found out what make of man he was.
  • noun: Slang Identification of a person or thing, often from information in police records: Did you get a make on the thief?
  • phrasal-verb: make for To have or produce (a particular effect or result): small details that make for comfort.
  • phrasal-verb: make for To help promote; further: makes for better communication.
  • phrasal-verb: make off To depart in haste; run away.
  • phrasal-verb: make out To discern or see, especially with difficulty: I could barely make out the traffic signs through the rain.
  • phrasal-verb: make out To understand: could not make out what she said.
  • phrasal-verb: make out To write out; draw up: made out the invoices.
  • phrasal-verb: make out To fill in (a form, for example).
  • phrasal-verb: make out Informal To represent as being: made me out to be a liar.
  • phrasal-verb: make out Informal To try to establish or prove: He made out that he was innocent.
  • phrasal-verb: make out To get along in a given way; fare: made out well in business.
  • phrasal-verb: make out To neck; pet.
  • phrasal-verb: make out To have sexual intercourse.
  • phrasal-verb: make over To redo; renovate.
  • phrasal-verb: make over To change or transfer the ownership of, usually by means of a legal document: made over the property to her son.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To put together; construct or compose: make up a prescription.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To constitute; form: Ten years make up a decade.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To alter one's appearance for a role on the stage, as with a costume and cosmetics.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To apply cosmetics.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To devise as a fiction or falsehood; invent: made up an excuse.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To make good (a deficit or lack): made up the difference in the bill.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To compensate for: make up for lost time.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To resolve a quarrel: kissed and made up.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To make ingratiating or fawning overtures. Used with to: made up to his friend's boss.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To take (an examination or course) again or at a later time because of previous absence or failure.
  • phrasal-verb: make up To set in order: make up a room.
  • phrasal-verb: make up Printing To select and arrange material for: made up the front page.
  • phrasal-verb: make with Slang To bring into use: a flirt making with the eyes.
  • phrasal-verb: make with Slang To put forth; produce: always making with the jokes.
  • idiom: make a clean breast of To confess fully.
  • idiom: make a face To distort the features of the face; grimace.
  • idiom: make a go of To achieve success in: have made a go of the business.
  • idiom: make away with To carry off; steal.
  • idiom: make away with To use up or consume.
  • idiom: make away with To kill or destroy.
  • idiom: make believe To pretend.
  • idiom: make bold To venture: I will not make so bold as to criticize such a scholar.
  • idiom: make book To accept bets on a race, game, or contest.
  • idiom: make do To manage to get along with the means available: had to make do on less income.
  • idiom: make ends meet To manage so that one's means are sufficient for one's needs.
  • idiom: make eyes To ogle.
  • idiom: make fun of To mock; ridicule.
  • idiom: make good To carry out successfully: made good his escape.
  • idiom: make good To fulfill: made good her promise.
  • idiom: make good To make compensation for; make up for: made good the loss.
  • idiom: make good To succeed: made good as a writer.
  • idiom: make hay To turn to one's advantage: The candidate's opponents made hay of the scandal.
  • idiom: make heads or tails of To understand: I couldn't make heads or tails of the report.
  • idiom: make history To do something memorable or spectacular enough to influence the course of history: The first space flight made history.
  • idiom: make it Informal To achieve a goal; be successful. finally made it as an actor.
  • idiom: make it Slang To have sexual intercourse.
  • idiom: make light of To treat as unimportant: He made light of his illness.
  • idiom: make love To engage in amorous caressing.
  • idiom: make love To engage in sexual intercourse.
  • idiom: make much of To treat as of great importance.
  • idiom: make no bones about To be forthright and candid about; acknowledge freely: They make no bones about their dislike for each other.
  • idiom: make off with To snatch or steal: made off with the profits.
  • idiom: make (one's) day To give one great pleasure.
  • idiom: make (one's) peace with To bring oneself to accept; reconcile oneself to.
  • idiom: make (one's) way To go forward; advance.
  • idiom: make (one's) way To succeed, especially in making a living.
  • idiom: make sail To begin a voyage.
  • idiom: make sail To set sail.
  • idiom: make sense To be coherent or intelligible: an explanation that made sense.
  • idiom: make sense To be practical or advisable: It makes sense to go now.
  • idiom: make something of To start a fight or quarrel over.
  • idiom: make the grade To measure up to a given standard.
  • idiom: make the most of To use to the greatest advantage.
  • idiom: make the scene Slang To put in an appearance: made the scene at the party.
  • idiom: make the scene Slang To participate in a specified activity: made the drug scene.
  • idiom: make time To travel speedily.
  • idiom: make time To travel at a specified rate: We made good time getting to town.
  • idiom: make time Slang To make progress toward attracting someone: tried to make time with the new neighbor.
  • idiom: make tracks Slang To move or leave in a hurry.
  • idiom: make up (one's) mind To decide between alternatives; come to a definite decision or opinion.
  • idiom: make waves Slang To cause a disturbance or controversy.
  • idiom: make way To give room for passage; move aside.
  • idiom: make way To make progress.
  • idiom: on the make Slang Aggressively striving for financial or social improvement: a young executive on the make.
  • idiom: on the make Slang Eagerly seeking a sexual partner.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • priversti
  • nužudyti
  • išnaudoti
  • išsemti
  • to make for a) bendrai veikti
  • (made)
  • sukurti
  • sudaryti
  • surašyti (testamentą)
  • to make after persekioti
  • vytis
  • to make at smbužpilti (ką)
  • daryti
  • dirbti
  • gaminti
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