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make

verb [T]
 
 
/meɪk/ ( past tense and past participle made)
CREATE A1 to produce or create something
yapmak, üretmek
Shall I make some coffee? They've made a film about her life.Creating and producingInventing, designing and innovation
make a promise/remark/mistake, etc to promise something, to say something, to do something wrong, etc
söz vermek/vaad etmek; söylemek/belirtmek; hata yapmak
We have to make a decision today. You're making a big mistake. She made some useful suggestions.Performing a functionFunctioning
make sb do sth B1 to force someone to do something
bir şeyi yaptırmak
You can't make me go.Causing somebody to actUrging and persuading
make sb/sth happy/sad/difficult, etc B1 to cause someone or something to become happy, sad, difficult, etc
birini/bir şeyi vs. mutlu etmek/üzmek/güçleştirmek
You've made me very happy. This is the song that made her a star.Causing things to happen
GO TO B1 to be able to go to an event
varmak, ulaşmak, gitmek
I'm afraid I can't make the meeting this afternoon.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
EARN MONEY B2 If you make an amount of money, you earn it.
para kazanmak
He makes £20,000 a year.Earning money and money earned
NUMBERS If two or more numbers make a particular amount, that is the amount when they are added together.
(rakamları toplama) olmak, oluşturmak, yekün yapmak/tutmak
That makes $40 altogether.Calculations and calculatingAddition, subtraction, multiplication and division
PERSONAL QUALITIES [T] to have the right qualities to become a father or mother or to do a particular job
(özellik olarak baba, anne) olmak
Andy would make a good teacher.Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysisConditions and characteristics
GIVE A JOB [+ two objects] to give someone a particular job
(birini/birine) görev vermek, atamak, görevlendirmek, yapmak
They made her a director of the company.Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
make an appointment to arrange to do something at a particular time
randevu almak
I've made an appointment with the doctor.Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
make the bed to make the sheets and covers on a bed tidy
yatağı yapmak
Cleaning and tidying places and things
make time to leave enough time to do something although you are busy
zaman ayırmak
[+ to do sth] You must make time to do your homework.Schedules and agendasLists and catalogues
make do (with) to accept that something is less good than you would like
yetinmek, idare etmek
If we can't get a bigger room we'll have to make do with this.Accepting and agreeing reluctantlyAccepting and agreeingApproving and approval
make it to manage to arrive at a place
varmak, ulaşabilmek, yetişmek
Will we make it in time for the film?Arriving, entering and invading
to be successful
başarmak, üstesinden gelmek, halletmek
Very few actors actually make it.Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
(Definition of make verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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