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Makes

[māk]

VERB

  - form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; construct; create.

  - cause (something) to exist or come about; bring about.

  - compel (someone) to do something.

  - constitute; amount to.

  - gain or earn (money or profit).

  - arrive at (a place) within a specified time or in time for (a train or other transport).

  - go or prepare to go in a particular direction.

  - (in bridge, whist, and similar games) win (a trick).

NOUN

  - the manufacturer or trade name of a particular product.

  - the making of electrical contact.

Synonyms

construct, build, assemble, manufacture, produce, fabricate, create, form, fashion, model,

"Makes" in Example Sentences

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2. When can you use make and makes in a sentence? The form make of the verb to make is used in the present and future tenses, and makes is used for the third person singular (he, she, or it makes).
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5. 1. How to use makes in a sentence. Example sentences with the word makes.makes example sentences.: 2. “Make” is correct. If you want a mnemonic rule, and a really stupid one that can get you into trouble, use the law of conservation of S’s: Here’s an example: * The toy makes you happy. * The toys make you happy.
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