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made-upadjective

 us   /ˈmeɪdˈʌp/
  • made-up adjective (WEARING MAKEUP)

wearing esp. a lot of makeup: She was ​heavily made-up and ​wearing a ​wig.
  • made-up adjective (INVENTED)

(of ​stories, ​information, etc.) ​created by the ​imagination, or ​invented and not ​true: a made-up ​name They ​complained about "made-up" ​data.
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Translations of “made up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 外貌, 化过妆的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 外貌, 化了妝的…
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“made up” in American English

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