Übersetzung von “make” — Englisch–Italienisch Wörterbuch

make

verb uk /meɪk/ us /meɪk/ present participle making, past tense and past participle made

A1 to create something

fare
Shall I make some coffee? Preparo un caffè?
They’ve made a movie about her life. Hanno fatto un film sulla sua vita.
Butter is made from milk. Il burro è fatto con il latte.
be made of something

A2 to consist of a particular material

essere fatto di qualcosa
The ring is made of gold. L’anello è fatto d’oro.

A2 to perform an action

fare
I need to make a phone call. Devo fare una telefonata.
Someone’s made a mistake. Qualcuno ha fatto un errore.
make someone do something

B1 to force someone to do something

far fare qualcosa a qualcuno, costringere qualcuno a fare qualcosa
You can’t make me go. Non puoi costringermi ad andare.

B1 to cause something to happen

fare
He really makes me laugh. Mi fa proprio ridere.

B1 to cause a particular state

rendere
This heat makes me very tired. Questo caldo mi fa sentire molto stanco.
You’ve made me very happy. Mi hai reso molto felice.

If you make an amount of money, you earn it.

fare, guadagnare
He makes £30,000 a year. Guadagna £30.000 all’anno.

If two or more numbers make a particular amount, that is the amount when they are added together.

fare
That makes $40 altogether. In tutto fa $40.
make the bed

to make the sheets and covers on a bed tidy

fare/rifare il letto
make it informal

B1 to arrive at a place at the right time

farcela in tempo
Will we make it in time for the movie? Faremo in tempo per il film?
make it informal

to be successful

farcela, avere successo
Very few actors actually make it. Pochissimi attori in realtà hanno successo.
noun uk /meɪk/ us /meɪk/

the name of a company that makes a particular product

marca
I like your bike. What make is it? Mi piace la tua bicicletta. Di che marca è?

(Übersetzung von “make” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Italienisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)