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Definition of "makes" []

  • To bring into being by shaping, changing, or combining materials, ideas, etc; form or fashion; create (verb)
  • To draw up, establish, or form (verb)
  • To cause to exist, bring about, or produce (verb)
  • To cause, compel, or induce (verb)
  • To appoint or assign, as to a rank or position (verb)
  • To constitute (verb)
  • To come or cause to come into a specified state or condition (verb)
  • To be or become through development (verb)
  • To cause or ensure the success of (verb)
  • To amount to (verb)
  • To be part of or a member of (verb)
  • To serve as or be suitable for (verb)
  • To prepare or put into a fit condition for use (verb)
  • To be the essential element in or part of (verb)
  • To carry out, effect, or do (verb)
  • To act with the intention or with a show of doing something (verb)
  • To use for a specified purpose (verb)
  • To deliver or pronounce (verb)
  • To judge, reckon, or give one's own opinion or information as to (verb)
  • To cause to seem or represent as being (verb)
  • To earn, acquire, or win for oneself (verb)
  • To engage in (verb)
  • To traverse or cover (distance) by travelling (verb)
  • To arrive in time for (verb)
  • To win a trick with (a specified card) (verb)
  • To shuffle (the cards) (verb)
  • To fulfil (a contract) by winning the necessary number of tricks (verb)
  • To score (runs) (verb)
  • To close (a circuit) permitting a flow of current (verb)
  • To increase in depth (verb)
  • (of hay) to dry and mature (verb)
  • To gain a place or position on or in (verb)
  • To achieve the rank of (verb)
  • To seduce (verb)
  • Brand, type, or style (noun)
  • The manner or way in which something is made (noun)
  • Disposition or character; make-up (noun)
  • The act or process of making (noun)
  • The amount or number made (noun)
  • The contract to be played (noun)
  • A player's turn to shuffle (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of make. (verb)

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  • Plural form of make. (noun)

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Use "makes" in a sentence
  • "I think continuous shots makes it sudden..makes it real. thedude"
  • "Fortunately for me, whenever ticket sales are down or if the promoter doesn't really have any more resources to throw at the show, the label makes some resources."
  • "Some say the label makes them feel stuck with high-school definitions of success, which invariably involve rising to the top of a profession, making lots of money, or both."