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making
'meɪkɪŋ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act that results in something coming to be.
  2. The components needed for making or doing something.
  3. An attribute that must be met or complied with and that fits a person for something.
Hyphenationmak•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun
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形成xíngchéngto form; to take shape
素质sùzhì, sùzhí (Tw)inner quality; basic essence
腾出téngchūto make (some time or space) available (for somebody)
惹得rědéto make
做起zuòqǐto make
cúnto make, prepare, manufacture; workmanship; an arrangement
使shǐto make; to cause; to enable; to use; to employ; to send; to instruct somebody to do something
侵入qīnrùto make (military) incursions; to invade; to intrude into; to trespass; to gain unauthorized access (computing)
制作zhìzuòto make; to manufacture
zàoto make; to build; to manufacture; to invent; to fabricate; to go to; party (in a lawsuit or legal agreement); crop; measure word for crops
作下zuòxiàto do; to make (usually bad connotation)
挣得zhēngdéto earn (income); to make (money)
缝制féngzhìto sew; to make (clothes, bedding)
做出来zuòchū láito put out; to make
cào(same as U+8241 ) to build; to make; to do, to arrive at; to go to
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