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Make Noun Synonyms
cause, compel, force, impel, coerce, provoke, urge, exhort, press, pressure, require, command, order, induce, persuade, prevail upon, insist upon, oblige, pressurize
The devil made me do it.
build, assemble, construct, erect, put together, set up, fashion, form, mould, shape, frame, create, originate, fabricate, manufacture, produce, put out, forge, contrive, devise
She makes her own dresses. They make TV sets here. The Colossus of Rhodes was said to be made of bronze.
Make Verb Synonyms
enact, pass, frame, establish, institute
He thinks that laws were made to be broken.
seduce, make it with
Kenneth tried to make Sharon last night.
traverse, cover, do, travel, navigate
We cannot make more than 100 miles a day over this terrain.
bring about, occasion, cause, give rise to
The new regulation is going to make trouble for you.
Janet made a good speech.
change, turn, alter, modify, transform, convert, transmute, mutate, metamorphose
He made her into a star. The alchemists tried to make base metal into gold.
make out or up, draw (up), create, write, sign, frame
I made a new will leaving everything to my children.
appoint, name, select, choose, elect, vote (in as), designate, authorize, commission, delegate, depute, deputize, assign, sanction, approve, affirm, certify, confirm
They made him their leader.
prepare, fix, cook
I made what you like for dinner.
become, be, change or turn or grow into, perform as
I think Quentin will make a brilliant surgeon one day.
score, earn, secure
The West Indies made 654 in their first innings.
prepare, arrange, rearrange, tidy (up), neaten (up)
You have made your bed, now you will have to lie on it.
earn, return, reap, garner, take in, get, procure, gather, clear, realize, gross, net, pocket, get, acquire, obtain, receive, win, gain, pull down
Has her invention made money? He makes a good living out of his shop. He made $25 playing poker.
produce, cause, create, generate
The engine made a funny noise, then died.
amount to, constitute, represent, add up to, total, come to
He knows how many beans make five. Three and two do not make four. One singer does not make an opera.
kind, brand, style, sort, type, mark
Foreign makes of car currently dominate the market-place.
fetch, realize, earn, return
The locket made $1000 at the auction.
judge, think, calculate, estimate, reckon, gauge, suppose
What do you make of Sidney's new book? .
record, arrange, fix, decide (on or upon), agree (to)
I made an appointment to see the doctor.
do, go, travel or move at, move
His old banger could hardly make 40 m.p.h.
serve as or for, be suitable for, be, prove to be, turn out to be, turn into, become
This cut of meat will not make a good roast.
reach, arrive at, attain, get (to), win, achieve, accomplish, come in, be placed, place
Fran might make first place in the marathon.
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Technology / Television (TV) / Make-Good: A spot offered by a station in place of a regularly scheduled announcement that did not run or was improperly aired. MORE
Entertainment / Golf / Makeable: (fairly subjective) commonly used by commentators in broadcasts, refers to a putt (or short game shot) that is relatively straight forward and predictable in terms of the read (e.g., slope, speed) but MORE
Entertainment / Bowling / Makeable Split: A split that isn't terribly difficult to convert, though it may not exactly be easy. MORE
Business / Finance / Make Whole Provision: Related to the lump-sum payments made when a loan or bond is called, equal to the NPV of future loan or coupon payments not paid because of the call. The payment can be significant and negate the attr MORE
Business / Agriculture / Make Allowance (Or Milk Manufacturing Marketing Adjustment): The margin between the government support price for milk and the CCC’s purchase price for butter, nonfat dry milk, and cheese. This margin is administratively set to cover the costs of 'making' milk MORE