Hi, I have just joined this forum and this is my first post.
So I am wondering about a particular use of the word 'make', when the word is used to mean the expression of building/ creating/ producing something to/ for someone.
"I made him an omelet"
"I prepared an omelet for him"
So if I say,
"We make them (people) furniture"
Does it really mean "we build furniture for them"? Is it correct? Good English?
Or does it mean "we turn them (people) into furniture"?
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