Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Make"

The meaning of "Make" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you make me feel small mean?
A: to feel small = to feel worthless, belittled

When someone insults you, they make you feel small. (worthless, belittled, and insecure)

Verbal abuse can make you feel small. (worthless, insecure)

The way the teacher spoke to the student made him feel small. (worthless, inept, insecure, self conscious,belittled)
Q: What does make it to work mean?
A: "Make it to work" means to arrive at work. To say that "I made it to work this morning" means that I went to work this morning. It's an expression that reflects on how difficult it is to motivate yourself to go to work sometimes, because "made it" implies that the task of going to work was difficult.
Q: What does make off mean?
A: Yes, it usually means "to escape".

When talking about money, you can replace "off" with "from".

The sentence can say "the money he makes from people's online exhibitionism".

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Q: What does make out mean?
A: Think of it as trying to figure out something from limited information.
Q: What does making out of this mean?
A: The sentence "making out of this" usually means that you are making something from some thing else. The context determines what that "else" part is. Take for example, "your making out of this shirt, a cotton scarf" means to make a scarf from a shirt. The thing you make doesn't have to be physical, "are we making out of this alive" is you are getting out alive from a situation that is bad, and making a better situation in which you live.

Example sentences using "Make"

Q: Please show me example sentences with What makes you think so?.
A: 1: im sure he is going to fail his finals
2: what makes you think so?
1: dont you see how much of an idiot he is ? duh !

1: i think the professor isnt coming today
2: what makes you think so ?
3: its past the usual timing..
Q: Please show me example sentences with make it.
A: I can't make it to work. 「仕事場に行けません」

I hope you can make it to the party. 「パーティに来るといいと思います」
Q: Please show me example sentences with made by and made with.
A: iPhones and iPads are made by Apple.
These cookies are made by hand.
The best croissants are those made by the French.

Paper is made with tree pulp.
This cake is made with love.
I didn't know that borscht is made with beets!
Is curry made with meat?
Q: Please show me example sentences with made up for.
A: Oh sorry I did not notice the for.
"By cooking dinner, he made up for being rude the night before."
Q: Please show me example sentences with make up.
A: I felt bad about our fight, so I found her so we could make up.

People put on make up to make themselves look better.

She knew I was lying, so I had to make up a new story on the spot.

Synonyms of "Make" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between make and do ?
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Q: What is the difference between make and do ?
A: You just have to learn which words are followed by 'make' and 'do'. Here you have some of them:
Q: What is the difference between make and do ?
A: Make es en sentido de crear,fabricar o elaborar. Aunque hay expresiones que utilizan make, pero su sentido no es de fabricar o elaborar, son expresiones ya establecidas.

Do es en sentido de acciones, trabajos o actividades.

Ejemplo de Make:
Make food
Make a Jacket

Ejemplo Do:
Do the housework
Do homework

Ejemplo de Make tomando otro sentido:
Make an appointment
que se traduciría como Programar una cita
Q: What is the difference between make up and invent ?
A: @Victorurga can be used for the same thing sometimes, but make up is only for stories, and invent is for object- he invented the light bulb. You can't use make up for objects though.
But they can both be used for stories.
Q: What is the difference between make it snappy and quickly and hurry up ?
A: "Make it snappy" es casi lo mismo que "make it quickly" pero la diferencia es que "make it snappy" es una forma de jerga, más informal. "Make it quickly" es un poco más educado, por decir. "Hurry up" significa apúrate!

Ex. 1 Go buy me some soda and make it snappy!

Ex. 2 Can you quickly get me those copies?

Ex. 3 Hurry up or we're going to be late!!

Hope it helps :)

Translations of "Make"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “넌 나를 완벽하게 만들어” 를 “you make me perfeckt” 맞나요?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? It makes me go crazy...Does it sound natural?
A: yeah it's sounds natural
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What make you like to travel?
A: Very good, it is easier to understand if you say:

I like to interact with different people, learn different cultures and open my mind to new ways of thinking
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? that makes me interested or that MAKE me interested ?
A: it is a bit unnatural. You better write " When I read about you I found something that interests me"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What's it made out of?
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Other questions about "Make"

Q: 1. make sure he is dead.
2. make sure if he is dead.

which one is correct?
Is it possible for 'make sure
' to be followed by "if" ?
Even though we have had a lot of discussion, the answer is still in the air.
Does this sound natural?
A: The first one is correct.

“Make sure” can be followed by “if” if it’s a complete sentence.

Ex: “Make sure (that) if he comes, you give him your present.” Though it’s probably better to just say “make sure you give him your present if he comes.”
Q: Which one makes sense? (About work)
1-I'm off duty for a week starting tomorrow.
2-I'm on leave for a week starting tomorrow.
3- I'm allowed for a week starting tomorrow.
A: None. You can say,
1- "Starting tomorrow, I'll be on leave for a week."
2- I'm off duty for a week starting tomorrow. ("off duty" is usually used for people who work in law enforcement, hospitals, or the military)
Q: 1.it made me surprised
2.it made me surprise Does this sound natural?
A: 1 is correct.
Q: What makes you so nervous? Does this sound natural?
A: What makes you so nervous?

What are you so nervous about?
Q: make me angry Does this sound natural?
A: It is difficult to understand what you're talking about from just those words without any context.
If you're telling someone to make you angry then you are correct
"Make me angry!"
Most of the time people do not ask to be made angry unless they are the Hulk or something. Most of the time people will say...
"Don't make me angry."
"Stop!"
"You're pushing it." also known as
"You're pushing your luck." which gives the person you're talking to the indication that you want them to stop offending you in some way.

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