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make in Dogri डोगरी

make in Kashmiri कॉशुर

make in Konkani कोंकणी

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make in English

  • make expr. make (both) ends meet. See under end (1).

  • make expr. make after, to follow; chase; pursue.
    Ex. At the signal, the hounds made after the fox.

  • make expr. make as if or as though, to pretend that; act as if.
    Ex. to make as if one is afraid.

  • make expr. make away with,
    a. to kill.
    Ex. The trap made away with the rat.
    b. to steal.
    Ex. The treasurer made away with the club's funds.
    c. to get rid of.
    Ex. I will make away with my castle and dowry to support the c

  • make expr. make believe. See under believe.

  • make expr. make bold. See under bold.

  • make expr. make book. See under book.

  • make expr. make do, to get along; manage; be contented (with).
    Ex. I shall make do quite happily on biscuits and cheese (Punch).

  • make expr. make eyes at. See under eye.

  • make expr. make fast, to attach firmly.
    Ex. Make the boat fast to the dock.

  • make expr. make for,
    a. to go toward.
    Ex. Make for the hills!
    b. to rush at; attack.
    Ex. The watchdog made for the robber.
    c. to help bring about; favor.
    Ex. The new facts made for the prisoner's acquittal.

  • make expr. make fun of. See under fun.

  • make expr. make good. See under good.

  • make expr. make hay. See under hay (1).

  • make expr. make head. See under head.

  • make expr. make it, (U.S. Slang.)
    a. to attain success.
    Ex. I was thirty-seven and I wanted to make it as a writer (Alex Haley).
    b. to make love.
    Ex. She was the sniffling ... girl who wanted to make it with Arlo (New Yorker).

  • make expr. make light of. See under light (2).

  • make expr. make like, (U.S. Informal.)
    a. to imitate; act the part of.
    Ex. The clown made like a monkey to amuse the children.
    b. to perform the services of.
    Ex. to make like a cook.

  • make expr. make love. See under love.

  • make expr. make much of. See under much.

  • make expr. make no bones. See under bone (1).

  • make expr. make off with, to steal; take without permission.
    Ex. He made off with some apples.

  • make expr. make off, to run away; leave suddenly.
    Ex. Just before the storm everybody made off for home.

  • make expr. make one's own, to consider (something or someone) as one's own.
    Ex. He never succeeded in his own life but he made his son's success his own.

  • make expr. make or break, to cause to succeed or fail.
    Ex. ... a critique written by one of the men in New York who make or break plays (George E. Sokolsky).

  • make expr. make out,
    a. to write out.
    Ex. She made out a marketing list.
    b. to show to be; prove.
    Ex. to make out a strong case.
    c. to try to prove; declare to be.
    Ex. Your accusation that I never share my candy makes me

  • make expr. make over,
    a. to alter; make different.
    Ex. She had to make over her dress because it was too big.
    b. to hand over; transfer ownership of.
    Ex. He made over his business to his son.

  • make expr. make sail. See under sail.

  • make expr. make time. See under time.

  • make expr. make tracks. See under track.

  • make expr. make up for, to give or do in place of.
    Ex. to make up for lost time.

  • make expr. make up to, to try to get the friendship of; flatter.
    Ex. We all made up to the new boy the first day. If Lady Elinor was a widow, I should certainly make up to her (Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton).

  • make expr. make up,
    a. to put together.
    Ex. to make up cloth into a dress, to make up a prescription.
    b. to invent.
    Ex. to make up a story.
    c. to settle (a dispute, etc.); reconcile.
    Ex. to make up one's differences. The

  • make expr. make water. See under water.

  • make expr. make way. See under way.

  • make expr. make with (the), (U.S. Slang.)
    a. to use in the usual way.
    Ex. Make with the piano!
    b. to produce; offer.
    Ex. Finally, he made with the coffee.

  • make expr. on the make, (Slang.) trying for success, profit, status, or the like.
    Ex. ... ""What Makes Sammy Run?"", Budd Schulberg's vitriolic story of a young heel on the make (Time).

  • make make (1), verb, made,making,noun.

  • make make (2), noun.
    (British Dialect.)
    1. a mate; companion; friend.
    Ex. like a widow having lost her make (Sir Philip Sidney).
    2. a match; equal.

  • make noun 1. the way in which a thing is made; build or style; fashion.
    Ex. Do you like the make of that coat?
    2. kind; brand.
    Ex. What make of car is this?
    3. nature; character.
    Ex. To my natural make and my temper Painful the

  • make v.i. 1. to cause something to be in a certain condition.
    Ex. to make sure, to make ready.
    2. to behave or act in a certain way.
    Ex. to make merry, to make bold. He beckons, and makes as he would speak (Longfellow).
    3. to attempt

  • make v.t. 1. to bring into being; put together; build; form; shape.
    Ex. to make a new dress, to make a boat, to make jelly, to make a fire, to make a will. God made the country, and man made the town (William Cowper).
    (SYN) create.
    2. to h

make in Urdu


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