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From the English verb make:
made is:
   1st person singular (I) Preterite Indicative

made  Adjective
  1. Translate "made" to Spanish: hecho, confeccionado, fabricado, producido
    English Synonyms of "made": manufactured, done, fabricated, machine-made, produced, ready-made, ready-to-wear, off-the-peg, off-the-rack
    Define meaning of "made": Produced by a manufacturing process.
  2. Bought some made goods at the local store; rope and nails.

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  3. Translate "made" to Spanish: hecho, creado
    English Synonyms of "made": created

  4. Translate "made" to Spanish: artificial
    English Synonyms of "made": artificial, man-made, manmade, manufactured, synthetic, synthetical
    Define meaning of "made": Produced by a manufacturing process.
  5. Bought some made goods at the local store; rope and nails.

Conceptually-related expressions of "made"
a poet is born not made
acid-tasting cherry from whose juice maraschino is made
ambient man-made noise
artificially made sore
as if custom-made
badly made
baseball game in which many base hits are made
be custom-made
be made
be made afraid of
be made aware of
be made bitter
be made by
be made citizen
be made drinkable
be made famous
be made final
be made for
be made formal
be made in
be made known
be made liable
be made miserable
be made of
be made out of
be made possible
be made prisoner
be made room
be made statutory
be made to
be made up of
be mainly made of
be majorly made of
be poorly made
be ready made
be shoddily made
before any deductions are made
bond for convict-made goods
case made
chamber where instant card-size or licence-size photos are made
cheaply made thing
claims made
claims-made policy
correctly made
cotton-made canvas
court from whose decision an appeal is made
custom-made
custom-made equipment
custom-made sheet
each thing is good for what it was made for
easily made
Egyptian-made
exception made of
extreme sport of climbing the outside of buildings and other tall man-made structures
factory-made
get made
halfway made
hand-made
hard substance of which a bone is made
have a recount made
have it made
have one's life be made miserable
home-made
human-made
I got it made
I made it
ill-made
intercontinental ballistic missile made in USA
judge from whose decision an appeal is made
judge-made
judge-made law
law of the place the contract was made
loan made
machine-made
man-made
man-made disaster
man-made fiber
man-made fibers
man-made fibres
man-made forest
man-made harbor
man-made hazard
man-made interference
man-made noise
man-made plantation
man-made port
man-made satellite
man-made signal
my mind is made up
mythical personage who suggests names when an important appointment is to be made
necessary changes having been made
newly made
no exception made
original from which copies are made
payments not yet made
place where vital decisions are made
play in baseball where two baserunners are made out
rashly-made promise
ready-made
ready-made clothes
ready-made clothing
ready-made dress
recover a payment made
rightly made
schedule of payment to be made
school-made chorea
self-made
self-made man
self-made woman
seventh of eight basic positions from which a fencing parry may be made
shrub of small tree of Australian and New Zealand with aromatic leaves and flowers from which honey is made
shrub of small tree of eastern Australia with aromatic leaves and flowers from which honey is made
shrub or small tree native to Australia with aromatic leaves and flowers from which honey is made
slenderly made
so that it be made known
song played by artists other than those who made it
tailor-made
tailor-made course
tailor-made suit
the suitable changes having been made
the Word was made flesh
unproved proposition that rest solely on the authority of the individual who made it
user interface that Macintosh computers made famous
way in which something is composed or made up
well-made
wine labeled with the name of the grape variety from which it is made
make  Verb
Plural: makes
  1. Translate "make" to Spanish: hacer, ocasionar, armar, crear, efectuar
    English Synonyms of "make": carry out, do, execute, perform, effect, realize
    Define meaning of "make": Favor the development of. ; Institute, enact, or establish. ; Cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner.; Make or cause to be or to become. ; Give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally. ; Organize or be responsible for. ; Gather and light the materials for. ; Perform or carry out. ; Engage in. ; Carry out or commit.
  2. Practice makes the winner.
    Make laws.
    The ads induced me to buy a VCR.
    My children finally got me to buy a computer.
    My wife made me buy a new sofa.
    Make a mess in one's office.
    Create a furor.
    Cause a commotion.
    Make a stir.
    Cause an accident.
    Hold a reception.
    Have, throw, or make a party.
    Give a course.
    Make a fire.
    Make a decision.
    Make a move.
    Make advances.
    Make a phone call.
    Make love, not war.
    Make an effort.
    Do research.
    Do nothing.
    Make revolution.
    Make a mistake.
    Commit a faux-pas.

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  3. Translate "make" to Spanish: hacer, hacer que, obligar a
    English Synonyms of "make": force to, bid to, compel to, get to, oblige to
    Define meaning of "make": Cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner.; Compel or make somebody or something to act in a certain way.
  4. I make him study, Le hago estudiar.
    The ads induced me to buy a VCR.
    My children finally got me to buy a computer.
    My wife made me buy a new sofa.
    People cannot be made to integrate just by passing a law!
    Heat makes you sweat.

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  5. Translate "make" to Spanish: hacer, construir, crear, elaborar, fabricar, generar, hacerse, manufacturar, confeccionar
    English Synonyms of "make": build, create, fabricate, make up, produce, construct
    Define meaning of "make": Create or design, often in a certain way. ; Create or manufacture a man-made product. ; Make by shaping or bringing together constituents. ; Make by combining materials and parts.
  6. John made a little house, Juan hizo una casita.
    Do my room in blue.
    I did this piece in wood to express my love for the forest.
    We produce more cars than we can sell.
    The company has been making toys for two centuries.
    Make a dress.
    Make a cake.
    Make a wall of stones.
    This little pig made his house out of straw.
    Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer.

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  7. Translate "make" to Spanish: poner
    English Synonyms of "make": turn, get, render
    Define meaning of "make": Give certain properties to something.
  8. Get someone mad.
    She made us look silly.
    He made a fool of himself at the meeting.
    Don't make this into a big deal.
    This invention will make you a millionaire.
    Make yourself clear.

  9. Translate "make" to Spanish: hacer, meter
    English Synonyms of "make": cause, create
    Define meaning of "make": Make or cause to be or to become. ; Create by artistic means. ; Give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally. ; Gather and light the materials for. ; Amount to.
  10. He made us a problem (he made a problem for us), Nos hizo un problema
    Make a mess in one's office.
    Create a furor.
    Create a poem.
    Schoenberg created twelve-tone music.
    Picasso created Cubism.
    Auden made verses.
    Cause a commotion.
    Make a stir.
    Cause an accident.
    Make a fire.
    This salary increase makes no difference to my standard of living.

  11. Translate "make" to Spanish: integrar
    English Synonyms of "make": assemble, constitute, form, institute, articulate, desegregate, integrate, set up
    Define meaning of "make": Form by assembling individuals or constituents. ; To compose or represent:"This wall forms the background of the stage setting".
  12. Make a quorum.
    The branches made a roof.
    The branches made a roof.
    This makes a fine introduction.


  13. Translate "make" to Spanish: hacer
    English Synonyms of "make": travel
    Define meaning of "make": Proceed along a path. ; Head into a specified direction.
  14. Work one's way through the crowd.
    Make one's way into the forest.
    The escaped convict took to the hills.
    We made for the mountains.

  15. Translate "make" to Spanish: ganar, alzar
    English Synonyms of "make": earn, gain, net, net out, procure for oneself, knock down, pull down
    Define meaning of "make": Earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages.
  16. How much do you make a month in your new job?
    She earns a lot in her new job.
    This merger brought in lots of money.
    He clears $5,000 each month.

  17. Translate "make" to Spanish: robar
    English Synonyms of "make": rob, steal, take away, make away with, plunder, steal away, swipe, thieve
    Define meaning of "make": Take something away by force or without the consent of the owner.


  18. Translate "make" to Spanish: entender
    English Synonyms of "make": comprehend, understand, get, know, read, dig, grok, savvey
    Define meaning of "make": To become aware of through the senses.

make  Noun
  1. Translate "make" to Spanish: marca, marca de carro
    English Synonyms of "make": marque, car make

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  3. Translate "make" to Spanish: colega
    English Synonyms of "make": colleague, compeer, equal-standing person, fellow, fellow partner, fellow worker, match
    Define meaning of "make": A person who is member of your class or profession. ; An associate you work with.


  4. Translate "make" to Spanish: cónyuge
    English Synonyms of "make": husband, consort, marriage partner, partner, spouse
    Define meaning of "make": A married man; a woman's partner in marriage.

  5. Translate "make" to Spanish: make, instrucción en Unix para completar los pasos de la creación de un programa en lenguaje máquina
    English Synonyms of "make": instruction in UNIX for completing the steps to the creation of a program in machine language

Verb Conjugation for "make"
Gerund: making

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will make

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will make

Conceptually-related expressions of "make"
able to be connected to the same interface albeit of a different make without alteration
actor that uses too much make up
actress that uses too much make up
as certain as two and two makes four
as certain as two plus two makes four
as sure as two and two make four
authorization to make payment
be able to make attend
be able to make go
be able to make it
be able to make it into
be able to make out
be as lucky as they make them
be on the make
be unable to make anything out of
car make
character used to make footnotes
chemical used to make another react
collation make-up
custom-make
delayed make
do not make sense
easy make
expensive-to-make product
faculty to make decisions
failure to make delivery
gambling women and wine a bad road make
haste makes waste
have a choice to make
how much does he make
if advice from another you can't take life is a journey you can't make
if life deals you lemons make lemonade
impossible to make
inclined to make money
indulge in make-believe
inspector who makes rounds
it doesn't make sense
it makes sense
just as sure as two and two make four
kiss and make up
know how many beans make five
land of make-believe
let us make merry
man who makes striptease
mental make-up
might doesn't make right
might makes right
money makes money
on the make
one fool makes many
one funeral makes many
one lie makes many
one swallow doesn't make spring
part of the CPU that carries out logic and arithmetic operations, and makes decisions
payrolls make up
person about whose future offspring the genetic counselor is to make predictions
person who makes aphorisms
person who makes ditches
person who makes documentaries
person who makes fun
person who makes guitars
person who makes puns
person who makes salt
person who makes trenches
person who makes wigs
physical make-up
place where two persons can make love
pointer zone that selects an object when the latter makes contact with it
practice makes perfect
psychological make-up
put make-up on
put make-up on one's
put the make on
re-make
ready-make belief
reluctant to make friends
remove one's make-up
remove the make-up to
right to make fuss
scrub and make trim
short reckonings make long friends
so let us make merry
tailor-make
text added to a speech in order to make it bulkier
that's the point I'm trying to make
to make it worse
truth finds foes where it makes none
use makes mastery
we'll just have to make do
what difference does it make
what time do you make it
which makes cold
which makes dark
which makes malapropisms
willing to make war
woman specialized in make-up
woman who makes inquisitions
world of make-believe
you'll never make it
young police officer eager to make arrests
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