Phrasal Verb: Make out

Phrasal Verb: Make out


Meaning: Make a cheque payable to somebody

Example: Please MAKE the cheque OUT to RGM Productions Ltd.

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Phrasal Verb: Make out


Meaning: Pretend

Example: He MADE OUT that he was ill so that he didn't have to go to school.

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Phrasal Verb: Make out


Meaning: Progress

Example: How are your children MAKING OUT at the new school?

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Phrasal Verb: Make out


Meaning: Kiss and pet

Example: They were MAKING OUT at the party last night.

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Phrasal Verb: Make out


Meaning: Discern a small detail

Example: I can just MAKE OUT the outline of a flying saucer in this photo.

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Phrasal Verb: Make out


Meaning: Be able to see or hear something

Example: Can you MAKE OUT what she's saying?

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Phrasal Verb: Make out


Meaning: Understand someone's nature or personality

Example: He's strange; I can't MAKE him OUT.

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