What is the meaning of made it up?

What is mean by made up?

adjective. concocted; falsely fabricated or invented: a made-up story. being in makeup; wearing facial cosmetics. put together; finished.

Is made up correct?

“Made of” is used in the sense composed of one material or one thing. “Made up of” is used in the sense composed of several things.

What is the meaning of made it out?

to kiss and touch in a sexual way, or to succeed in having sex with someone: Boys at that age are only interested in making out with girls. (Definition of make out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

What is example of made up?

Made up means two people who had a fight have reconciled and gotten over it. An example of made up is when two people fight but then apologize to each other and move on.

What does I’m made up mean?

very happy about something good that has happened: I was made up when she offered me the job. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

Which sentence is made up?

Sentences are made up of clauses and phrases. A clause is a group of words that contain at least a subject and a verb (NB: a clause can be a sentence). There are four sentence types: simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex. A simple sentence is made up of one independent clause.

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How do you use made up in a sentence?

1. Life if made up of little things. 2. Life is made up of sobs, sniffles and smiles with sniffes predomi-nating.

Did not make it out meaning?


I couldn’t make out what he said. (Definition of make out something/someone from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press) What is the pronunciation of make out something/someone?

What means make up with someone?

to make up (with somebody): to reconcile your differences, to become friends (with someone) again. verb.

Is it made of or made out of?

If something has been produced from another thing in an unusual or surprising way, you usually use made out of. She was wearing a hat made out of plastic bags. If you are mentioning the parts or materials from which something is constructed, you use made of or made out of. Don’t use ‘made from‘.