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[meɪk] [meɪk]

  • vt. 使得;进行;布置,准备,整理;制造;认为;获得;形成;安排;引起;构成
  • vi. 开始;前进;增大;被制造
  • n. 制造;构造;性情
  • n. (Make)人名;(塞、南非)马克

[ 过去式 made 过去分词 made 现在分词 making 第三人称单数 makes ]



  (3) 制造MAKE):库存生产模式、接单生产模式、接单设计模式之生产作业执行 这是指在制造阶段详细列出生产、测试、包装及运送准备所需活动的时程...



...就是振动里的不均匀(jūn yún)和平衡,这些不均衡(Balance)振动在筛选输送设备的影响中还比较少,特别是在振动平台的制作(Make)中会经常出现这种问题。而现实中振动设备的振力不均衡(Balance)是我们大家往往忽略了的。



...-linux-gnueabi-) 在busybox目录下2、添加内核支持 (linux 3.14中执行make menuconfig 添加文件系统格式支持)3、进行编译 (make)就是生成了要添加在bin等目录下的可执行程序 busybox帮咱们制作好了linux系统使用的通用命令4、make _install 将编译生成的文件 ...






make out 辨认出 ; 理解 ; 写出

make way 让路 ; 让出地方

make advances 预付 ; 取得进步 ; 接近 ; 取得进展

make certain 弄确实 ; 弄清楚 ; 确信 ; 查明

make trouble 惹事生非 ; 制造麻烦 ; 小搞搞 ; 闹事

make contact 闭合接点 ; [电] 闭合触点 ; 闭合熔点

make dumplings 包饺子 ; 饺子 ; 做饺子 ; 捏饺子

make profit 获利 ; 赚钱 ; 盈利 ; 赢利

make arrangement 安排 ; 给予 ; 管理 ; 料理

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  • 发现,开始看见
  • (比赛中)得分
  • 性情
  • 闭合
  • 制作


make [ meik ]

  • n.
    • a recognizable kind

      "what make of car is that?"

      同义词: brand

    • the act of mixing cards haphazardly

      同义词: shuffle shuffling

  • v.
    • engage in

      "make love, not war"; " make an effort"; " make revolution"

      同义词: do

    • give certain properties to something

      "Don't make this into a big deal"; " This invention will make you a millionaire"

      同义词: get

    • make or cause to be or to become

      "make a mess in one's office"

      同义词: create

    • cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner

      同义词: induce stimulate cause have get

    • give rise to; cause to happen or occur, not always intentionally

      "make a stir"

      同义词: cause do

    • create or manufacture a man-made product

      同义词: produce create

    • make, formulate, or derive in the mind

      "make an estimate"; " What do you make of his remarks?"

      同义词: draw

    • compel or make somebody or something to act in a certain way

      "Heat makes you sweat"

    • create by artistic means

      同义词: create

    • earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages

      "How much do you make a month in your new job?"

      同义词: gain take in clear earn realize realise pull in bring in

    • create or design, often in a certain way

      同义词: do

    • to compose or represent:

      "This makes a fine introduction"

      同义词: form constitute

    • reach a goal, e.g.,

      "make the first team"; " She may not make the grade"

      同义词: reach get to progress to

    • be or be capable of being changed or made into

      "He makes a great host"; " He will make a fine father"

    • make by shaping or bringing together constituents

      "make a dress"; " make a cake"; " make a wall of stones"

    • perform or carry out

      "make a decision"; " make a move"; " make advances"; " make a phone call"

    • make by combining materials and parts

      同义词: construct build

    • change from one form into another

      "make water into wine"; " make lead into gold"; " make clay into bricks"

    • act in a certain way so as to acquire

      "make friends"; " make enemies"

    • charge with a function; charge to be

      同义词: name nominate

    • achieve a point or goal

      同义词: have get

    • reach a destination, either real or abstract

      同义词: reach attain hit arrive at gain

    • institute, enact, or establish

      "make laws"

      同义词: lay down establish

    • carry out or commit

      "make a mistake"

    • add up to

      "four and four make eight"

    • form by assembling individuals or constituents
    • organize or be responsible for

      "have, throw, or make a party"

      同义词: hold throw have give

    • prepare for eating by applying heat

      "can you make me an omelette?"

      同义词: cook fix ready prepare

    • put in order or neaten

      "make the bed"; " make up a room"

      同义词: make up

    • head into a specified direction

      同义词: take

    • have a bowel movement

      同义词: stool defecate shit take a shit take a crap ca-ca crap

    • undergo fabrication or creation

      "This wool makes into a nice sweater"

    • be suitable for

      "Wood makes good furniture"

    • amount to

      "This salary increase makes no difference to my standard of living"

    • constitute the essence of

      "Clothes make the man"

    • appear to begin an activity
    • proceed along a path

      "make one's way into the forest"

      同义词: work

    • reach in time
    • gather and light the materials for

      "make a fire"

    • induce to have sex

      同义词: seduce score

    • assure the success of

      "A good review by this critic will make your play!"

    • represent fictitiously, as in a play, or pretend to be or act like

      "She makes like an actress"

      同义词: pretend make believe

    • consider as being
    • calculate as being

      "I make the height about 100 feet"

    • cause to be enjoyable or pleasurable

      "make my day"

    • favor the development of

      "Practice makes the winner"

    • develop into

      "He will make a splendid father!"

    • behave in a certain way

      "make merry"

    • eliminate urine

      同义词: urinate piddle puddle micturate piss pee pee-pee make water relieve oneself take a leak spend a penny wee wee-wee pass water

以上来源于: WordNet



make /meɪk/ CET4 ( making, made, makes )

  • 1. 

    V-T You can use make with a wide range of nouns to indicate that someone performs an action or says something. For example, if you make a suggestion, you suggest something. 与名词连用,表示做动作或说某事


    I'd just like to make a comment.



    I made a few phone calls.


  • 2. 

    V-T You can use make with certain nouns to indicate that someone does something well or badly. For example, if you make a success of something, you do it successfully, and if you make a mess of something, you do it very badly. 与某些名词连用,表示做得好或做得糟


    Apparently he made a mess of his audition.


  • 3. 

    V-T/V-I If you make as if to do something or make to do something, you behave in a way that makes it seem that you are just about to do it. 摆出 (要做某事的姿态) [书面]


    Mary made as if to protest, then hesitated.


  • 4. 

    PHRASE If you make do with something, you use or have it instead of something else that you do not have, although it is not as good. (拿…) 凑合


    Why make do with a copy if you can afford the genuine article?



make /meɪk/ ( making, made, makes )


  • 1. 

    V-T If something makes you do something, it causes you to do it. 致使 (某人做某事)


    Dirt from the motorway made him cough.



    The white tips of his shirt collar made him look like a choirboy.


  • 2. 

    V-T If you make someone do something, you force them to do it. 迫使 (某人做某事)


    You can't make me do anything.


  • 3. 

    V-T You use make to talk about causing someone or something to be a particular thing or to have a particular quality. For example, to make someone a star means to cause them to become a star, and to make someone angry means to cause them to become angry. 使 (某人、某事物) 变成…; 使变得…


    ...James Bond, the role that made him a star.



    She made life very difficult for me.


  • 4. 

    V-T If you say that one thing or person makes another seem, for example, small, stupid, or good, you mean that they cause them to seem small, stupid, or good in comparison, even though they are not. 使 (某物、某人) 显得…


    They live in fantasy worlds which make Disneyland seem uninventive.


  • 5. 

    V-T If you make yourself understood, heard, or known, you succeed in getting people to understand you, hear you, or know that you are there. 使 (自己被人理解﹑听到﹑知晓等)


    He learned enough Spanish to make himself understood.


  • 6. 

    V-T If you make someone something, you appoint them to a particular job, role, or position. 任命 (某人担任某职或角色)


    He made her a director in his numerous companies.


  • 7. 

    V-T If you make something into something else, you change it in some way so that it becomes that other thing. 把 (某物) 变成 (另一物)


    We made it into a beautiful home.


  • 8. 

    V-T To make a total or score a particular amount means to increase it to that amount. 使 (总数、分数) 升为 (某数)


    This makes the total cost of the bulb and energy $27.


  • 9. 

    V-T When someone makes a friend or an enemy, someone becomes their friend or their enemy, often because of a particular thing they have done. 结成 (朋友或敌人)


    Lorenzo was a natural leader who made friends easily.


  • 10. 

    to make friends →see