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Units related to: “to make
(Latin: a suffix; to do, to make, to cause, or to act upon; to do something with)
(Latin: to make, to produce, to bring forth)
(Latin: to make, to do, to build, to cause, to produce; forming, shaping)
(Latin: form, shape, figure; to make, to shape, to form)
(Latin: suffix; meaning, to make, to drive)
(Latin: a suffix; to act in a certain way; to treat in a certain way; to make into; to treat with; to do; to make; to cause)
(Latin: a suffix; to act in a certain way; to treat in a certain way; to make into; to treat with; to do; to make; to cause)
(Latin: to weave, woven; to structure, to make)
(Greek: irresolution, indecision, loss or defect of the ability to make decisions)
(Latin: to look, to observe in order to make a prediction; to see omens; from auspex [genitive form auspicis] avi-, stem of avis, "bird" plus -spex, "observer", from specere)
(Latin: to make warm, heat)
(Arabic > Greek > Latin: the art of combining base metals [to make gold]; from Greek, chemia, “Egypt”, supposedly where the art of changing metals into gold existed)
(Latin: to make worse, to become worse; lower, inferior; unfavorable; decline, declining; diminish, diminishing)
(euphemisms, question-begging, declarifications, and cloudy vagueness sometimes designed to make lies sound truthful)
(Latin: dark, to make dark; black; brown, tawny)
(Latin: to make a collection; to gather what is left after the reapers)
(Greek: the lower world [originally, invisible, to make invisible])
(Latin: balance; to be balanced; to make even; Roman pound)
(Latin: better, to make better; to improve)
(Latin: to make mild or gentle; mildness, gentleness, softer)
(Greek mikso > Latin mixtus: mix, mixed, a mixing, a mingling, an intercourse; to combine or to blend into one mass or substance; to combine things; such as, activities, ideas, styles; to balance and to adjust individual musical performers’ parts to make an overall sound by electronic means)
(Latin: to tell, to relate, to recount; to make acquainted with)
(Latin: to make ready, to get ready, to put in order; to furnish, to prepare)
(Greek: to show; to make visible, to manifest, to open)
(Greek: nature, natural, inborn [to make grow, to produce])
(Latin: to make void, annul; originally from the Latin meaning of, "to shake violently, to shatter")
(Latin: strengthening; to make stronger, to invigorate; strength)
(Greek > Latin: wrinkle, to make full of wrinkles; ridge, fold)
(Latin: standing, to stay, to make firm, fixed; cause to stand, to put, to place, to put in place, to remain in place; to stand still)
(Latin: noise, to make noise; to rattle, to roar)
(Latin: suavis, "sweet"; suadere, "to advise"; "to make something pleasant to, to present in a pleasing manner"; hence "to recommend, to advise")
(Latin: waste, lay waste completely; from vastare, "to make empty, to lay waste", from vastus, "empty, waste, desert")
(Latin: to beat, to strike; to drive, to force back; from verber, whip, lash, rod; by extension, to make sounds or noises or those sounds and echoes that are thrown back again or repeatedly)