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CARRYING OUT AN ACTION 做动作
VERB (与大量名词连用，表示做动作、说某事等)做出，作出 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.
I'd just like to make a comment...
I made a few phone calls...
VERB (与某些名词连用)把…做(好)，把…搞(糟) 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.
Apparently he made a mess of his audition...
Are you really going to make a better job of it this time?
VERB 摆出…的姿态;做出…的样子 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.
Mary made as if to protest, then hesitated...
He made to chase Davey, who ran back laughing.
VERB (在板球、棒球、橄榄球比赛中)得(分) In cricket, if a player makes a particular number of runs, they score that number of runs. In baseball or American football, if a player makes a particular score, they achieve that score.
He made 1,972 runs for the county.
PHRASE 将就使用；凑合着用 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.
Why make do with a copy if you can afford the genuine article?...
We're a bit low on bed linen. You'll have to make do.
PHRASE 装作;假装;模仿 If you make like you are doing something, you act as if you are doing it, and if you make like someone, you act as if you are that person.
Bob makes like he's a fish blowing bubbles.
CAUSING OR CHANGING 致使;改变
VERB 使;致使 If something makes you do something, it causes you to do it.
Grit from the highway made him cough...
The white tips of his shirt collar made him look like a choirboy...
VERB 迫使;强迫 If you make someone do something, you force them to do it.
Mama made him clean up the plate...
You can't make me do anything...
VERB 使成为(某种人或物);使具有(某种特性) 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.
...James Bond, the role that made him a star...
He returned to Chicago, and made it his base for the rest of his life...
VERB 使显得;使看上去 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.
They live in fantasy worlds which make Euro Disney seem uninventive...
Since he came to live with me, we have been subject to a campaign of spite and revenge which makes Lady Sarah appear angelic by comparison.
VERB 使自己(被理解、听见、知晓等) If you make yourself understood, heard, or known, you succeed in getting people to understand you, hear you, or know that you are there.
Aron couldn't speak Polish. I made myself understood with difficulty...
He almost had to shout to make himself heard above the music.
VERB 委任;任命 If you make someone something, you appoint them to a particular job, role, or position.
Mr Blair made him transport minister...
If I am made chairman, I hope Simon will stay on as my trusted lieutenant.
VERB 把…变成;使…成为 If you make something into something else, you change it in some way so that it becomes that other thing.
We made it into a beautiful home...
Her bestseller 'Peachtree Road' is soon to be made into a television mini-series.
VERB 使(总数)升为;使(分数)达到 To make a total or score a particular amount means to increase it to that amount.
This makes the total cost of the bulb and energy £27...
Lupescu scored from 20 yards and then Balint made it 4-0.
VERB 交(朋友);树(敌);结(仇) When someone makes a friend or an enemy, someone becomes their friend or their enemy, often because of a particular thing they have done.
Lorenzo was a natural leader who made friends easily...
He was unruly in class and made an enemy of most of his teachers.
PHRASE 成功;胜利 If someone makes something of themselves or makes something of their life, they become successful.
My father lived long enough to see that I'd made something of myself...
The nuns who taught him urged him to make something of his life and he did.
CREATING OR PRODUCING 生产;制造
VERB 制造;建造;创造 To make something means to produce, construct, or create it.
She made her own bread...
Nissan now makes cars at two plants in Europe...
VERB 拍摄(电影);制作(电视节目) If someone makes a film or television programme, they are involved in creating or producing it.
We are making a film about wildlife.
...the film 'Queen Christina', made in 1934.
VERB 做(饭);准备(饮料) If you make a meal or a drink, you prepare it.
You wash while I make some lunch...
Would you like me to make us all a coffee?
VERB 写(便条);记(笔记);列(名单) If you make a note or list, you write something down in that form.
Mr Perry made a note in his book...
Make a list of your questions beforehand.
VERB 制定，规定（规则、法律等） If you make rules or laws, you decide what these should be.
The police don't make the laws, they merely enforce them...
The only person who makes rules in this house is me.
VERB 挣(钱);赚(钱) If you make money, you get it by working for it, by selling something, or by winning it.
I think every business's goal is to make money...
How much did we make?...
VERB (某事物)使(其他事物)变得成功 If something makes something else, it is responsible for the success of that thing.
What really makes the book are the beautiful designs.
N-COUNT (汽车、收音机等的)品牌 The make of something such as a car or radio is the name of the company that made it.
The only car parked outside is a black Saab — a different make.
...a certain make of wristwatch.
PHRASE （可能以非法或不道德手段）拼命追求金钱(或权力） If you say that someone is on the make, you disapprove of them because they are trying to get a lot of money or power, possibly by illegal or immoral methods.
LINK VERB USES 连系动词用法
V-LINK 有资格成为；足以成为 You can use make to say that someone or something has the right qualities for a particular task or role. For example, if you say that someone will make a good politician, you mean that they have the right qualities to be a good politician.
She'll make a good actress, if she gets the right training...
You've a very good idea there. It will make a good book...
V-LINK 组成;形成;排列成 If people make a particular pattern such as a line or a circle, they arrange themselves in this way.
A group of people made a circle around the Pentagon.
V-LINK 等于;成为 You can use make to say what two numbers add up to.
Four twos make eight...
He is adding three aircraft carriers—that makes six in all.
ACHIEVING OR REACHING 达到;到达
VERB 成为…的一员;加入;谋得（高级职务） If someone makes a particular team or makes a particular high position, they do so well that they are put in that team or get that position.
The athletes are just happy to make the British team...
He knew he was never going to make director.
VERB 赶到;(及时)到达 If you make a place in or by a particular time, you get there in or by that time, often with some difficulty.
They were trying to make New Orleans by nightfall.
PHRASE (及时)到达（尤指来得及做某事） If you make it somewhere, you succeed in getting there, especially in time to do something.
So you did make it to America, after all.
...the hostages who never made it home...
PHRASE （经历艰难困苦后）成功 If you make it, you are successful in achieving something difficult, or in surviving through a very difficult period.
I believe I have the talent to make it...
You're brave and courageous. You can make it.
PHRASE 及时赶上参加 If you cannot make it, you are unable to attend an event that you have been invited to.
'I can't make it,' she said. 'That's Mother's Day.'...
He hadn't been able to make it to our dinner.
STATING AN AMOUNT OR TIME 报出数字;显示时间
VERB 算，猜(数字) You use make it when saying what you calculate or guess an amount to be.
All I want to know is how many T-shirts Jim Martin has got. I make it three...
I make the total for the year £9,599.
VERB (根据自己的表)时间为… You use make it when saying what time your watch says it is.
I make it nearly 9.30...
'What time d'you make it?' — 'Thirteen past.'