Definição de 'make'

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You know differences can be worked out without turning nasty and make good relationship choices. The Sun (2016)Yet it also makes elected politicians more popular. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She quickly made a name for herself. Smithsonian Mag (2017)You need to smooth it over and make sure that people can plan ahead. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Looking at fish biology made a certain kind of evolutionary sense. Smithsonian Mag (2017)In his second year at university he founded a company making customised gaming controllers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet you still make time for your own projects. The Sun (2016)Typically your termination payout will be made up of different elements. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I get a lot of emails from people saying it has made them think about their contributions of plastic waste. Smithsonian Mag (2017)No one else can make that choice for us. Munro, Bill Dr. & Munro, Frances Beat Stress (1992)His original flow and diverse styles make this record worthy of attention. The Sun (2012)This helps you make the right love choices. The Sun (2010)Which politicians have made music as well as policy? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yet it was as a musician and singer that he first made his name. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We have got certain commitments to make but there is no way we can honour them. The Sun (2011)The company is certainly making progress in its efforts to minimise its impact on the environment. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When connected to our project it can be used to make dynamic changes in our code. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There are lots of different recipes for making honeycomb toffee but this is about the simplest. The Sun (2011)That will make it a good contest. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Referees should know these players make foul tackles. The Sun (2010)You must step up the intensity while maintaining the rhythm and the shape that makes you fast. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You may have to do a lot of things yourself to make sure they get done. The Sun (2015)The onus is on the performer to make of it something new and engaging. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)Those that make motor cars and other goods apply these approaches as a matter of course. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The midfielder made one and scored one but admitted he almost missed the game. The Sun (2009)What difference does it make in real time? Christianity Today (2000)How can you be happy to make one particular style of music. The Sun (2008)One of the things that makes people good at sport is a certain stubbornness and inability to change. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sometimes what they say makes me laugh, but it always makes me cry. The Sun (2010)


Sinônimos de make

perform, do, act out, effect
prepare, cook, put together, get ready
amount to, total, constitute, add up to
gain a place in, achieve a place in, get into, attain a place in
get to, reach, catch, arrive at

Tendências de make

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Traduções de make

Inglês Britânico: make /meɪk/ NOUN
The make of a product is the name of the company that made it.
...a certain make of watch.
  • Inglês Americano: brand
  • Árabe: مَاركَةٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: marca
  • Chinês: 制造
  • Croata: marka
  • Tcheco: značka výrobce
  • Dinamarquês: mærke
  • Holandês: model
  • Espanhol Europeu: marca
  • Finlandês: tuotemerkki
  • Francês: marque mode
  • Alemão: Machart
  • Grego: μάρκα
  • Italiano: fattura
  • Japonês: ・・・製
  • Coreano: 제품
  • Norueguês: merke
  • Polonês: marka
  • Português Europeu: marca
  • Romeno: marcă
  • Russo: марка brand
  • Espanhol: fabricación
  • Sueco: märke
  • Tailandês: ผู้ผลิต
  • Turco: yapım
  • Ucraniano: марка
  • Vietnamita: nhãn hiệu
Inglês Britânico: make /meɪk/ VERB
carry out You can use make to show that a person does or says something.
He made a phone call.
  • Inglês Americano: make
  • Árabe: يَصْنَع
  • Português Brasileiro: fazer
  • Chinês: 发表
  • Croata: učiniti
  • Tcheco: vyrobit
  • Dinamarquês: lave
  • Holandês: maken
  • Espanhol Europeu: hacer
  • Finlandês: tehdä valmistaa
  • Francês: fabriquer
  • Alemão: machen
  • Grego: κατασκευάζω
  • Italiano: fare
  • Japonês: 作る
  • Coreano: (…을) 하다
  • Norueguês: lage
  • Polonês: zrobić
  • Português Europeu: fazer
  • Romeno: a face
  • Russo: изготавливать
  • Espanhol: hacer
  • Sueco: göra
  • Tailandês: ทำ
  • Turco: yapmak
  • Ucraniano: робити
  • Vietnamita: chế tạo
Inglês Britânico: make /meɪk/ VERB
create If you make something, you put it together or build it from other things.
She makes all her own clothes.
  • Inglês Americano: make
  • Árabe: يَصْنَعُ
  • Português Brasileiro: fazer
  • Chinês:
  • Croata: stvarati
  • Tcheco: udělatvyrobit
  • Dinamarquês: lave
  • Holandês: maken
  • Espanhol Europeu: hacer
  • Finlandês: valmistaa
  • Francês: faire
  • Alemão: machen
  • Grego: φτιάχνω
  • Italiano: fare
  • Japonês: ・・・を作る
  • Coreano: 만들다
  • Norueguês: lage
  • Polonês: robić
  • Português Europeu: fazer
  • Romeno: a confecționa
  • Russo: сделать
  • Espanhol: fabricar
  • Sueco: göra
  • Tailandês: ทำ สร้าง
  • Turco: yapmak
  • Ucraniano: створювати
  • Vietnamita: tạo ra
Inglês Britânico: make /meɪk/ VERB
force If you make a person do something, they must do it.
Mum made me clean the bathroom.
  • Inglês Americano: make
  • Árabe: يَجْعَلُ
  • Português Brasileiro: obrigar
  • Chinês: 使
  • Croata: natjerati
  • Tcheco: přimětkoho něco udělat
  • Dinamarquês: tvang
  • Holandês: dwingen
  • Espanhol Europeu: obligar
  • Finlandês: pakottaa
  • Francês: faire inchoatif
  • Alemão: zwingen
  • Grego: υποχρεώνω
  • Italiano: fare
  • Japonês: させる
  • Coreano: 시키다
  • Norueguês: tvinge
  • Polonês: zmusić
  • Português Europeu: obrigar
  • Romeno: a obliga
  • Russo: заставить
  • Espanhol: hacerpedir a alguien que haga algo
  • Sueco: få någon att
  • Tailandês: สั่งให้ทำ
  • Turco: yaptırmak
  • Ucraniano: змушувати
  • Vietnamita: khiến ai đó


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