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She has an American accent.

NGSL Rank: 47
meɪk Listen
  • form (something) by putting parts together or combining substances; create.
    E.g. my grandmother made a dress for me
  • cause (something) to exist or come about; bring about.
    E.g. the drips had made a pool on the floor
  • compel (someone) to do something.
    E.g. she bought me a brandy and made me drink it
  • constitute; amount to.
    E.g. they made an unusual duo
  • gain or earn (money or profit).
    E.g. he'd made a lot of money out of hardware
  • manage to arrive at (a place) within a specified time or catch (a train or other form of transport).
    E.g. we've got a lot to do if you're going to make the shuttle
  • prepare to go in a particular direction.
    E.g. he struggled to his feet and made towards the car
  • induce (someone) to have sex with one.
    E.g. he had been trying to make Cynthia for two years now
  • (in bridge, whist, etc.) win (a trick).
  • (of the tide) begin to flow or ebb.
  • the manufacturer or trade name of a product.
    E.g. the make, model, and year of his car
  • the making of electrical contact.

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