[复数] makes [第三人称单数] makes
[动词时态]making made made
be make from 由……做成
be make up of 由……组成，由……构成
make a bet 打赌
make a choice 作出选择
make a deal 成交；达成交易
make a fortune 发财，赚大钱
make a living 谋生，维持生活
make a promise 允许；允诺
make a reservation 预订
make a,no,some difference 有（或没有、有些等）关系，影响
make an appointment 约会，预约
make an assumption 假设
make an effort 努力，作出努力
make full use of 充分利用
make good use of 充分利用；很好地使用
make off 匆忙离开；逃走
make out 看出，听出；理解；明白
make sb's acquaintance 与某人相识；结识某人
make sense 有意义；讲得通；言之有理
make sure 确信；证实
make the acquaintance of sb. 与某人相识；结识某人
make the best of 充分利用
make the most of 尽量利用;充分利用
make up 弥补；组成；化妆；整理
make up for 弥补，补偿
make use of 使用，利用
make way (for sb/sth) 让…通过；给…让路
do (v. 做，干)：普通用词，泛指完成动作、行为等。I have nothing to do(我无事可做)。 do up (整理；刷新；修缮；打扮)。do in (杀死；谋杀)。
make (v. 做，进行)：常与某些名词连用，表示某人做某事。He has made a mistake.
perform (v. 做，执行)：尤指完成有用的或难度较大的事情。The operation was performed by a young doctor.
◇ The Queen was making a coat for a little child.
---- Snow White
◇ So she was considering in her own mind (as well as she could, for the hot day made her feel very sleepy and stupid), whether the pleasure of making a daisy-chain would be worth the trouble of getting up and picking the daisies, when suddenly a White Rabbit with pink eyes ran close by her.
◇ And she made haste to light the whole bundle of matches, for she wished to keep her grandmother there.
◇ Because of this fact, you can make use of the differences to tell which country the foreigners of your block are from.
◇ Once she made up her mind to do something, no one could persuade her to change her mind.
---- A Hard Trip
◇ For example, tigers are hunted for fur to make carpets so that they can only live in secure reserves;
---- Wildlife Protection
◇ Afterwards, we sorted out attractive music and made a record in a studio.
---- My First Band
◇ One day, two rogues, calling themselves weavers, made their appearance.
◇ There was once a little girl who was very pretty and delicate, but in summer she was forced to run about with bare feet, she was so poor, and in winter wear very large wooden shoes, which made her little insteps quite red, and that looked so dangerous!
---- The Red Shoes
◇ The Prince accordingly made her his wife;
---- The Real Princess
◇ Therefore, he made a summary and began to build up a new farming method.
---- A New Farming Way
◇ Being drunk, sliding on a banana skin or whispering his own failures to nobody, he made us feel more content with our life without any verbal explanation.
◇ Whichever we bought in the central shop was made of wood, and wherever we went we could see minority carpenters working.
---- A Unique Theme Park
◇ But without positive evidence, people suspected and rejected his view, saying the theory he put forward made no sense.
---- A Strange Disease
◇ To my delight, he no longer made any tense error.
◇ With a greedy motivation of making big money, I took up working as a business representative for the G.
---- An Air Crash
◇ It is admirable that she is seldom accused of making mistakes.
◇ Her first aid made a vital difference in saving his life.
---- First Aid
◇ The following is a translation of one of his works made up of 3 sections: Little sparrow with heavy load,Ran out of energy and very cold;
---- A Russian Poem
◇ , which make them feel ashamed and embarrassed.
◇ As the director stated on behalf of his researching group, the data of this graph makes a clear presentation of the future environmental tendency.
◇ The uncomfortable gas almost made us unconscious.
---- A Volcano Eruption
◇ Feeling clumsy, he was annoyed at first though nobody made fun of him.
---- Defeat Disability
◇ His junior staff’s sympathy made him feel embarrassed.
◇ Soon, the astronaut made a generous voluntary donation to the village.
◇ Hoping to get the qualification to help govern it, Nannan made much preparation and then left her motherland with her visa to study in America.
---- Study in America
◇ At first, he made a living by means of raising cattle and then was hired in aircraft industries.
---- Immigrate to America
◇ When interviewed, the scientist stared at the decorations on the ceiling, thinking for a while, and then said, “I’m not in favour of any arbitrary assumption, but undertaking cloning does differ from the straightforward procedure of making loafs out of flour.
◇ With the expectation of distinguishing their own importance, some people leave the beaten track and file strange products with us now and then, for example, lantern that can be attached on your forehead, cubic walnuts, refrigerator made of straw and glue, perfume that nobody can bear to smell, and so on.
◇ The ambassador gave a whistle in amazement, and advised making her acquaintance.
◇ He cut up a kind of seashell with a sharpened knife, and hammered it into powder on a skateboard, and made at most one gram, which was enough to accelerate one’s pulse until he or she dies.
---- A Sly Murder