made

meɪd

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Adjective: сделанный изготовленный приготовленный готовый

Фразы:

to be made of clay - быть сделанным из глины

to be made of common clay - быть простым смертным

no abatement made - по твёрдым ценам

a custom-made suit - сшитый на заказ мужской костюм

custom made bag - сумка, сшитая на заказ

ready-made excuse - готовая отговорка

stockings made from the best fingerings - чулки, сделаннные из тончайших сортов шерсти

machine-made carpet - фабричный ковер

made ground - насыпной грунт

made story - придуманная история

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Примеры:

Made in Japan - Сделано в Японии (надпись на продукте)

He made a gold. - Он попал в самое "яблочко".

He made a blunder. - Он совершил большую ошибку.

He made a sour face. - Он скривился.

A chair made of cedar - Стул сделанный из кедра.

Stephen made no reply. - Стивен ничего не ответил.

Made from 100% cotton. - Изготовлено из 100% хлопка.

He made a sudden stand. - Он внезапно остановился.

You made a good choice. - Вы сделали хороший выбор.

He was made a knight. - Он был посвящён в рыцари.

What made you so angry? - Что вас так разозлило?

Have you made a decision? - Вы уже приняли решение?

I made a major goof. - Я сделал огромную глупость.

He made trouble for us. - Он причинил нам неприятности.

The lion made the kill. - Лев охотился.

I made a table in shop. - На уроке труда я изготовил стол. (амер.)

He made the opening bid. - Он открыл торги. / Он назначил стартовую цену.

The dust made him cough. - От пыли он закашлялся.

It made my blood curdle. - У меня от этого кровь застыла в жилах.

Wine is made from grape. - Вино делают из винограда.

They made a mock of him. - Они cделали из него посмешище. / Над ним поиздевались.

Her words made him angry. - Её слова рассердили его.

There was not a made road in the parish. - В округе не было ни одной построенной дороги.

Have you made the gun? - Ты установил тип оружия?

made of fabric cut bias - сделанный из ткани, раскроенной по косой

Paper is made from wood. - Бумага делается из древесины.

He made his violin sing. - Скрипка пела у него в руках.

It made my blood freeze. - У меня от этого кровь застыла в жилах.

The smell made her retch. - От этой вони её стошнило.

They made her chairwoman. - Они выбрали её председателем.

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Связанные термины:

mak: to bring into being by shaping, changing, or combining materials, ideas, etc; form or fashion ; create

make: 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.

made-up: If you are made-up, you are wearing make-up such as powder or eye shadow .

home-made: Something that is home-made has been made in someone's home, rather than in a shop or factory .

made dish: a dish consisting of a number of different ingredients cooked together

man-made: Man-made things are created or caused by people, rather than occurring naturally .

self-made: Self-made is used to describe people who have become successful and rich through their own efforts, especially if they started life without money, education, or high social status.

well-made: made to a good or high standard

custom-made: If something is custom-made, it is made according to someone's special requirements .

human-made: Human-made things are created or caused by people, rather than occurring naturally .

judge-made: based on a judge's interpretation or decision (esp in the phrase judge-made law )

ready-made: If something that you buy is ready-made, you can use it immediately, because the work you would normally have to do has already been done.

tailor-made: If something is tailor-made, it has been specially designed for a particular person or purpose.

be made up: to be very happy about something

machine-made: made or constructed by machine

un-made-up: not wearing make-up

be made one: (of two people) to become married

get it made: to be assured of success

precision-made: made to precise specifications

home-made bomb: A bomb is a device which explodes and damages or destroys a large area.

made of money: very rich

made-to-order: custom-built according to the wishes or requirements of a specific individual

man-made fibre: a type of fibre that is made artificially, such as polyester or rayon, rather than occurring naturally, like cotton or wool

make for: If you make for a place, you move towards it.

make of: If you ask a person what they make of something, you want to know what their impression, opinion, or understanding of it is.

make off: If you make off, you leave somewhere as quickly as possible, often in order to escape .

make out: If you make something out, you manage with difficulty to see or hear it.

make-up: The people or things that make up something are the members or parts that form that thing.

made-to-measure: A made-to-measure suit, shirt, or other item of clothing is one that is made by a tailor to fit you exactly, rather than one that you buy already made in a shop .

man-made fabric: a type of fabric that is made artificially, such as polyester or rayon, rather than occurring naturally, like cotton or wool

man-made island: An island is a piece of land that is completely surrounded by water.

to have it made: If you say that someone has it made or has got it made, you mean that they are certain to be rich or successful .

handmade: Handmade objects have been made by someone using their hands or using tools rather than by machines.

make after: to set off in pursuit of; chase

make away: to depart in haste

make over: If you make something over to someone, you legally transfer the ownership of it to them.

make with: to proceed with the doing, showing, etc, of

have (got) it made: to be assured of success

custom-make: to make according to the specifications of an individual buyer

tailor-make: If someone tailor-makes something for you, they make or design it to suit your requirements.

made of sterner stuff: If you say that someone is made of sterner stuff, you mean that they have a strong personality and are capable of overcoming difficulties and problems .

made of whole cloth: completely untrue and not based on fact

make believe: If someone is living in a make-believe world, they are pretending that things are better, different, or more exciting than they really are instead of facing up to reality .

make up for: To make up for a bad experience or the loss of something means to make the situation better or make the person involved happier .

make up to: If you say that you will make it up to someone, you are promising that you will do something good for them after they have been upset or disappointed, especially by you.

made out of whole cloth: completely fictitious or false ; made up

make off with: If you make off with something, you steal it and take it away with you.

make the bed: If you make the bed, you arrange the sheets and blankets on it so someone can sleep there.

made one's bed...lie in it: If you say that someone has made their bed and must lie in it, you mean that since they have chosen to do a particular thing, they must now accept the unpleasant results of their action.

to be made public property: to become known to everyone

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Однокоренные слова:

made up - составлять, составить, компенсировать, возместить, наверстывать, помириться

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