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Definición de “make” en inglés
make verb [T]
/meɪk/ (made, made)
› to earn or receive money: make money Investors are hoping that one day "green" companies will make serious money.make $30,000/£500/€75m, etc. The state of Alaska makes around $50 million a year on tobacco taxes. She makes around £100,000 a year as a dentist.make sth on sth They made $500,000 in total on the deal.make a living In this area it's hard to make a living as a gardener.
› to choose someone as something, or employ someone as something: He was made Principal Analyst within a year of joining the company.