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make

noun [C]
 
 
/meɪk/
COMMERCE the name of a product made by a particular company, rather than by other companies that make similar products: Depending on the make and model, delivery could take as little as a week. What make of car do you drive? →  See also brand noun
be on the make disapproving to be trying very hard to get more money or power for yourself: Many people assume that politicians are just on the make.
Translations of “make”
in Korean (특정 회사) 제품…
in Arabic طِراز, إنتاج…
in Portuguese marca…
in Catalan marca…
in Japanese 製造元…
in Italian marca…
in Chinese (Traditional) (產品的)型號, 品牌,牌子…
in Russian марка (фирмы)…
in Turkish üretici firma/şirket adı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (产品的)型号, 品牌,牌子…
in Polish marka…
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