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"?
Interested in Language