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vt.制造,安排,使成为,认为,产生,获得,进行,构成 vi.开始,前进,增大,被制造,被处理 n.制造,构造,性情


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形容词:makable 动词过去式:made 过去分词:made 现在分词:making 第三人称单数:makes

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/meɪk; mek/
v (pt, pp made / meId; med/) CONSTRUCTING OR CREATING 建造或创造
1 (a) [Tn, Tn.pr, Dn.n, Dn.pr] ~ sth (from/(out) of sth); ~ sth (for sb) construct, create or prepare sth by combining materials or putting parts together (用材料或零件)做、制作、制造、建造或创造某物
*make a car, a dress, a cake 制造汽车、做连衣裙、做蛋糕
* make bread, cement, wine 做面包、制水泥、酿葡萄酒
* make (ie manufacture) paper 造纸
* God made man. 上帝创造了人类.
* She makes her own clothes. 她的衣服都是她自己做的.
* Wine is made from grapes. 葡萄酒是用葡萄酿制的.
* `What is your bracelet made of?' `It's made of gold.' `你的镯子是什么材料做的?'`是金的.'
* I made myself a cup of tea. 我自己沏了一杯茶.
* She made coffee for all of us. 她给我们大家煮了咖啡.
* This car wasn't made (ie is not big enough) to carry eight people. 这辆汽车不是坐八个人的.
(b) [Tn.pr esp passive 尤用于被动语态] ~ sth into sth put (materials or parts) together to produce sth 将(材料或零件)做成或制成某物
*Glass is made into bottles. 玻璃可制成瓶子.
(c) [Tn] arrange (a bed) so that it is ready for use 铺(床)
*Please make your beds before breakfast. 请在早饭前把床铺好.
2 [Tn, Tn.pr] cause (sth) to appear by breaking, tearing, removing material or striking (藉打破、撕破、移去材料或敲击)使(某物)出现, 形成
*The stone made a dent in the roof of my car. 我的汽车顶让石头砸了个坑.
* The holes in the cloth were made by moths. 布上的洞是虫子蛀的.
3 [Tn] create (sth); establish 制定(某事物); 规定
*These regulations were made to protect children. 这些规则是为保护儿童而制定的.
* Who made this ridiculous rule? 这条荒唐的规则是谁定的?
4 [Tn] write, compose or prepare (sth) 写, 创作, 准备(某事物)
*make one's will 立遗嘱
* make a treaty with sb 与某人签订协议
* She has made (ie directed) several films. 她已导演了几部影片.
* I'll ask my solicitor to make a deed of transfer. 我要找律师拟一份让据书.

CAUSING TO BECOME, DO OR APPEAR 使变为..., 做...或显得...
5 [Tn] cause (sth) 产生, 引起(某事物)
*make a noise, disturbance, mess 产生噪音、骚乱、混乱
* She's always making trouble (for her friends). 她总(给朋友)惹麻烦.
6 [Cn.a] cause (sb/sth) to be or become 使(某人[某事物])成为, 变为, 变成, 变得
*The news made her happy. 这消息使她很高兴.
* She made clear her objections/made it clear that she objected to the proposal. 她明确表示反对此提案.
* His actions made him universally respected. 他的行为使他受到普遍尊敬.
* Can you make yourself understood in English? 你能用英语把意思表达清楚吗?
* The full story was never made public. 详情从未公之于众.
* She couldn't make herself/her voice heard above the noise of the traffic. 来往车辆噪声很大, 她无法让别人听到她的声音.
7 [Cn.i]
(a) force or compel (sb) to do sth 强迫, 迫使(某人)做某事物
*They made me repeat/I was made to repeat the story. 他们逼我又把那事讲了一遍.
* She must be made to comply with the rules. 必须强迫她遵守这些规则.
* He never tidies his room and his mother never tries to make him (do it). 他从不整理自己的房间, 而他母亲也从未想逼他(整理). =>Usage at cause 用法见cause.
(b) cause (sb/sth) to do sth 使(某人[某事物])做某事物
*Onions make your eyes water. 洋葱能刺激眼睛流泪.
* Her jokes made us all laugh. 她说的笑话把我们都逗乐了.
* I couldn't make my car start this morning. 今天早晨我的汽车发动不起来了.
* What makes you say that? 是什么原因让你说出那种话来?
* I rang the doorbell several times but couldn't make anyone hear. 我摁了几次门铃, 但没人应.
* Nothing will make me change my mind. 无论什么事都不能使我改变主意.
8 [Cn.a, Cn.n, Cn.i] represent (sb/sth) as being or doing sth 使(某人[某事物])表现出某状况
*You've made my nose too big, eg in a drawing or painting. 你把我的鼻子画得太大了.
* The novelist makes his heroine commit suicide at the end of the book. 那小说作者在书的结尾让他的女主人公自杀了.
9 [Cn.n] elect (sb); appoint 选举(某人); 指派
*make sb king, an earl, a peer, etc 拥戴某人当国王、封某人为伯爵、封某人为贵族
* He was made spokesmanby the committee. 委员会派他当发言人.
* She made him her assistant. 她委派他作自己的助手.
10 [Tn.pr, Cn.n] ~ sth of sb/sth cause sb/sth to be or become sth 使某人[某事物]处于某状况或变成某事物
*We'll make a footballer of him yet, ie turn him into a good footballer despite the fact that he is not a good one now. 我们还是要把他造就成优秀的足球运动员(虽然他现在还不是).
* This isn't very important I don't want to make an issue of it. 这并不十分重要--我不想使其成为争论之点.
* Don't make a habit of it/Don't make it a habit. 不要养成那样的习惯.
* She made it her business (ie special task) to find out who was responsible. 她非要弄清是谁的责任不可.

11 [Ln] be or become (sth) through development; turn out to be 演变成(某事物); 结果是
*If you train hard, you'll make a good footballer. 你要刻苦训练就能成为优秀的足球运动员.
* He'll never make an actor. 他决当不成演员.
* She would have made an excellent teacher. 她本可以成为杰出的教师.
12 [Ln] serve or function as (sth); constitute 用作(某事物); 起(某事物)的作用; 组成; 构成
*That will make a good ending to the book. 那就成了这本书很好的结尾.
* This hall would make an excellent theatre. 这座大厅可当作极好的剧院.
13 [Ln] add up to (sth); equal; amount to; constitute 合计等于(某数); 总计; 构成:
5 and
7 make 12. 5加7等于12.
* A hundred pence make one pound. 一百便士为一镑.
* How many members make a quorum? 起码的法定人数是多少?
* His thrillers make enthralling reading. 他的惊险小说引人入胜.
* The play makes a splendid evening's entertainment. 这出剧是极好的晚间消遣.
14 [Ln] count as (sth) 算做(某事物)
*That makes the tenth time he's failed his driving test! 他驾驶测验不及格, 这次算第十次了!

15 [Tn] earn (sth); gain; acquire 赚得(某事物); 获得; 取得
*She makes
15000 a year. 她一年挣15000英镑.
* make a profit/loss 盈利[亏损]
* He made a fortune on the stock market. 他在股票交易中发了财.
* How much do you stand to make? 你决计要赚多少钱?
16 [Tn] (in cricket) score (sth) (在板球中)得(若干)分
*England made
235 for 5. 英格兰队5名击球手共得235分.
* Botham made a century. 博瑟姆得了一百分.
17 (in card games, esp bridge 用于牌戏, 尤于桥牌中)
(a) [Tn] win a trick with (a particular card) 打(某张牌)赢一墩
*She made her ten of hearts. 她打出红桃十赢了一墩.
(b) [Tn] win (a trick) or fulfil (a contract) 赢(一墩); 完成(一定约墩数的约定).
(c) [I, Tn] shuffle (the cards) 洗(牌)
*It's my turn to make. 该我洗牌了.
18 [Tn] (sl sexist 俚, 性别偏见) succeed in having sex with (a woman) 与(某女子)性交
*The guy doesn't make the girl until the last chapter. 直到最後一章那个男子才和那个姑娘发生了性关系.

19 [no passive 不用于被动语态
*Cn.a, Cn.n, Cn.t] calculate or estimate (sth) to be (sth) 计算, 估计(某事物)
*What time do you make it?/What do you make the time? 你说现在几点了?
* How large do you make the audience? 你估计听众有多少?
* I make the total (to be) about 50. 我看总数大约50英镑.
* I make the distance about
70 miles. 我估计那段距离约有70英里.
20 [Tn no passive 不用于被动语态]
(a) travel over (a distance) 走过(一段距离)
*We've made
100 miles today. 我们今天已走了100英里.
(b) reach or maintain (a speed) 达到, 保持(某速度)
*Can your car make a hundred miles per hour? 你的汽车一小时能开一百英里吗?
(c) manage to reach (a place) 设法到达(某处)
*D'you think we'll make Oxford by midday? 我们中午能到牛津吗?
* The train leaves in five minutes we'll never make it, ie reach the station in time to catch it. 火车再有五分钟就开了--我们绝对赶不上了.
* I'm sorry I couldn't make your party last night. 很抱歉, 昨晚我没能参加你们的聚会.
* Her new novel has made (ie sold enough copies to be in) the best-seller lists. 她的新小说已列入畅销书目了.
* She'll never make (ie win a place in) the team. 她绝对进不了那个运动队.
* He made (ie reached the rank of) sergeant in six months. 他六个月後就当上了中士.
* The story made (ie appeared on) the front page of the national newspapers. 这件事刊登在全国各报的第一版上.
21 [Tn, Dn.n] put (sth) forward; propose; offer 提出(某事); 提议; 提供
*Has she made you an offer (ie said how much money she would pay you) for your car? 她说过她愿出多少钱买你的汽车吗?
* make a proposal 提出建议
* The employers made a new offer (ie of a rise in wages) to the work-force. 雇主向工人提出增加工资的新建议.
* I made him a bid for the antique table. 我向他出了个价, 要买那张古董桌子.
22 [Tn] cause or ensure the success of (sth) 促成, 确保(某事)
*A good wine can make a meal. 有了好酒饭就香.
* It was the beautiful weather that really made the holiday. 是好天气成全了假日之美.
23 [It] behave as if one is about to do sth 表现出要做某事物的样子
*He made as if to strike her. 他做出要打她的架势.
* She made to go but he told her to stay. 她好像要走, 但他叫她留下.
24 eat or have (a meal) 吃(饭); 进(餐)
*We make a good breakfast before leaving. 我们动身前好好吃顿早饭.
* She made a hasty lunch. 她匆匆吃了午饭.
25 (Often used in a pattern with a n, in which make and the n have the same meaning as a v similar in spelling to the n 常用于与名词连用的句型中, 其中make和名词之组合与该名词相应之动词同义, 如 make a decision, 即 decide; make a guess (at sth), 即 guess (at sth); for other expressions of this kind, see entries for ns 查阅类似词组见有关名词词条)
26 (idm 习语) make do with sth; make (sth) `do manage with sth that is not really adequate or satisfactory 用某事物勉强应付; 将就; 凑合
*We were in a hurry so we had to make do with a quick snack. 我们时间很紧, 只好胡乱吃了顿小吃.
* There isn't much of it but you'll have to make (it) do. 东西不多, 你只好将就了. make `good become rich and successful 变富; 获得成功
*a local boy made good, eg as a businessman 一个发迹的本地男子. make sth good
(a) pay for, replace or repair sth that has been lost or damaged 赔偿、替换或修理损坏之物
*She promised to make good the loss. 她答应赔偿损失.
* make good the damage 修复损坏之物
* The plaster will have to be made good before you paint it. 要先重新抹好灰泥再刷浆.
(b) carry sth out; fulfil sth 履行某事; 实现某事
*make good a promise, threat, etc 履行诺言、进行威胁. `make it (infml 口) be successful in one's career 事业上获得成功
*He's never really made it as an actor. 他当演员从未有所成就. make the most of sth/sb/oneself profit as much as one can from sth/sb/oneself 从某事物[某人/自己]处获取尽可能多的好处
*make the most of one's chances, opportunities, talents, etc 充分利用时机、机会、才能等
* It's my first holiday for two years so I'm going to make the most of it. 这是我两年来的第一个假日, 所以要好好利用一下.
* She really tries to make the most of herself, eg by dressing well. 她确实想尽量发挥自己的优势(如穿着漂亮). make much of sth/sb
(a) (in negative sentences and questions 用于否定句和疑问句) understand sth 理解某事物
*I couldn't make much of his speech it was all in Russian. 他的演讲我大部分都听不懂--全是用俄语讲的.
(b) treat sth/sb as very important; stress or emphasize sth 非常重视某事物[某人]; 强调某事物
*He always makes much of his humble origins. 他总强调自己出身卑微.
* She was always made much of by her adoring friends. 她的朋友总是那么崇拜她. make nothing of sth easily achieve sth that appears to be difficult; treat sth as trifling 轻易做好貌似困难之事; 对某事物满不在乎. make or break sb/sth be crucial in making sb/sth either a success or a failure 为某人[某事物]成败的关键
*The council's decision will make or break the local theatre. 政务委员会将要决定当地剧院的命运.
* [attrib 作定语] It's make-or-break time for the local theatre. 这是当地剧院存亡攸关的时刻. (For other idioms containing make, see entries for ns, adjs, etc 查阅与make搭配的其他习语, 见有关名词、形容词等的词条, 如 make love => love1; make merry => merry. )
27 (phr v) make after sb/sth chase or pursue sb/sth 追逐或追捕某人[某事物]
*The policeman made after the burglar. 警察追捕那窃贼.

/meɪk; mek/
n ~ (of sth)
1 [U] way a thing is made 制造(法)
*a coat of excellent make 做工精致的大衣.
2 [C] origin of manufacture; brand 产品出处; 牌子
*cars of all makes 各种牌子的汽车
* What make of radio is it? 这是什么牌子的收音机?
3 (idm 习语) on the `make (infml derog 口, 贬)
(a) trying to gain an advantage or profit for oneself 追求利益.
(b) trying to win favour with sb for sexual pleasure 为肉欲追求异性.
1. Economize in order to make one´s money spin out until next payday.

2. Ever since then, the great monument has been a symbol of liberty for the millions of people who have passed through New York Harbour to make their homes in America.

3. Everything was so relaxed it did not seem possible that the conference was about to make decisions involving the fortunes of millions of people.

4. Eliot says you can first make a list of 12 things, then cut it down to 6 and set your priorities.

5. Euro Disney officials said they expected to make a small profit for the financial year ending September 30.

6. By the time we reach the Rockies, my parents try to make me look at the spectacular landscapes we're passing by.

7. But he felt pretty good he had been one of the lucky ones, who had received his shots to make him young again before he turned 40, so he was still a young-looking fellow.

8. Before we go any further, it might make sense to require a temporary pause on research into human cloning in order to make a systematic enquiry into the grave questions it raises.

9. But make no mistake about it, what most of them are about is money — and how financial assets will be divided up if a couple divorces.

10. By taking people as they are, we make them worse, but by treating them as if they already were what they ought to be, we help make them better.