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To have created or formed something
“The artist made an impressive urban sculpture using discarded automobile parts.”
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To have caused someone to do something, usually against their inclinations
“My parents made me play the violin when I was younger even though I hated it.”
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To have caused something to exist or come about
“You made a mess on your clean, white shirt because you were eating too fast.”
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To have performed or produced a specified action or sound
“The lithe gymnast made a back handspring followed by a forward somersault.”
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To have appointed a person to a position
“Due to his great leadership, the coach made him captain of the football team.”
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(of something written or abstract) To have composed or drawn up
“I made a list of all the items we need to purchase when we go shopping.”
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(of a mistake or error) To have committed or perpetrated
“I always learn from the mistakes I made in the past.”
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To have gained or profited from financially
“Colonel Sanders made a lot of money selling chicken fried with his blend of secret herbs and spices.”
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To have prepared food for eating
“Mother made sandwiches for us to eat during our fishing trips.”
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To have enacted or established
“Congress made no law abridging free speech as per the First Amendment.”
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To have constituted or amounted to
“You had the brains, I had the looks. Together we made a really good team.”
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To have considered or estimated to be
“After the last incident, I made it six times that you had been caught lying!”
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To have discerned from given information
“I was wondering what you made of his grandiose claims of having traveled all over the world?”
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(of a decision) To have come to or arrived at
“You made a tough decision on which college to enroll in.”
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(of a speech) To have delivered vocally
“The president made a speech to the United Nations General Assembly last week.”
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To have performed a given function well
“You made a great mother due to your caring and loving nature with children.”
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To have gained entry into a desired group
“He made the final three in the tournament.”
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To have achieved a given rank, level or status
“He's got that ambition if you look in his eyes. Last week, he made operator of fries.”
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To have managed to arrive at a specified time
“We traveled fast and we made our destination by sunset.”
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To have managed to arrive in time for
“We hurried to the station and we made the earlier train.”
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To have given the impression of being
“He made like a tree, and got out of there.”
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To have headed straight towards a specified direction or object, usually at an accelerated speed
“The last remaining warriors of the vanquished army made straight for the hills in fear for their lives.”
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To have indicated or suggested to be
“I didn't think his past transgressions necessarily made him a bad person.”
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To have covered an expense
“We stuck to our budget, and we made our rent.”
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To have formulated in one's mind
“We made plans for our future.”
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To have held or organized an event
“We made a party for Ricky's 5th birthday.”
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