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Definition of "mak" []

  • To make (verb)

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Use "mak" in a sentence
  • "Similarly, in the Arabic language, which however has been a written one only since the seventh century A.D., the term makām designates the place of a saint or of a holy tomb (Jammer, p. 27)."
  • "Although, if I were the car­ri­ers, I would be quick to sidle up to gov­ern­ments for a quid pro quo trans­ac­tion — “we’ll give you free use of our net­work for munic­i­pal pur­poses if you get behind us in mak­ing the con­tent providers pay their fairshare.”"
  • "For example, a Christmas delicacy called makówki, made traditionally in the region of Upper Silesia in the south of Poland, consists of layers of sliced bread or baguette soaked in a sweet mixture of ground poppy seeds, milk, nuts, almonds, raisins, orange peel and sugar."