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"made" in British English

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madeverb

uk   /meɪd/  us   /meɪd/
past simple and past participle of make : He was wearing a suit made from pure silk. The house was made of wood with an iron roof.

-madesuffix

uk   / -meɪd/  us   / -meɪd/
produced in the stated way or place: On the bottom of the watch it said "Swiss-made".
(Definition of made from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"made" in American English

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made

 us   /meɪd/
past simple and past participle of make
(Definition of made from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"-made" in Business English

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-madesuffix

produced in a particular way or place: On the bottom of the watch it said 'Swiss-made'. Local companies are finding it hard to compete against cheaper foreign-made products. We use factory-made parts that are assembled on site. They sell a range of freshly-made sandwiches.
(Definition of -made from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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