GET THE WORD OF THE DAY – MAKE; Using, Definition and Example Sentences.
to produce something, often using a particular substance or material
- I think we can make a cake if we hurry.
- Could you make us some tea?
- Tailors make clothes according to body measurements of people.
- How did you make this meal? It is really delicious.
- She had to leave the factory that makes cars due to the familial reasons.
to cause something to exist or to happen, bring about
- This terrorist attack has made quite a commotion in the country..
- This makes problems for us.
- Countries have made wars because of selfish attitutes throughout history.
- Don’t make war, make peace.
- All of the children in the World want that countries don’ t make war.
to cause to be or become, render
- She was spending more time doing things that make her happy.
- I didn’t say nothing that would make my friend angry, teacher.
- You can make yourself understood in English, but you should study hard.
- These natural beauties make the country such a popular tourist destination.
- His mother tried to make his son happy, but couldn’t.
to perform an action
- The child tried to make a phone call but he couldn’t succeed.
- Everyone can make mistakes in life.
- You should make some effort to climb the tree.
- The company has to make a decision for new stuff by tomorrow.
- The country expects to make a good progress at economy in the following days.
- Let’s make a suggestion.
- The president made a long speech about the last election.
to earn or get
- A good businessman knows how to make money.
- He makes $800,000 a year as a president.
- She’s very good at making new friends.
- The man made many profits using this special case.
to arrive at or reach, especially successfully
- She made it clear that she couldn’t makeit in time for the meeting.
- He made it to the airport just in time to catch his plane
- Expenditure of the state officials have not yet been made public.