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make sth up

(PREPARE)
准备
phrasal verb with make /meɪk/ verb (made)
to prepare or arrange something by putting different things together
准备;安排;整理
Could you make up a list of all the things that need to be done?
你能否将要做的所有事情列张清单?
He asked the man behind the counter to make up a box with a mixed selection of chocolates.
他让售货员拼凑了一盒各式各样的巧克力。
The maid will make up your room later.
服务员稍后将整理您的房间。
Preparing
specialized to produce or prepare something from cloth
(用布)缝制,制作
We could use the rest of the material to make up some curtains.
我们可以用剩下的布料做些窗帘。
Creating and producingInventing, designing and innovation
specialized If you make up a page, book or newspaper, you arrange the text and pictures in the form in which they will be printed.
为(页面、书或报纸)排版
Printing and word processing
If you make up a bed for someone, you put sheets and covers on a bed so that they have a place to sleep in your home.
铺床
Preparing
UK If you make up a fire, you prepare it or put more wood or coal on it when it is burning.
生(火);给(火)添柴(或煤)
Starting fires
Translations of “make sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 準備, 安排, 整理…
in Russian выдумывать…
in Turkish yalan yanlış şeyler söylemek/yazmak, uydurmak, yakıştırmak…
in Polish zmyślać coś…
(Definition of make sth up phrasal verb, verb (PREPARE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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