Made meaning

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Produced or manufactured by constructing, shaping, or forming. Often used in combination.

Handmade lace; ready-made suits.

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Produced or created artificially.

Bought some made goods at the crafts fair.

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Assured of success.

A made man.

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Sure of success.

A made man.

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Having been invented; contrived.

These made excuses of yours aren't plausible.

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Constructed; shaped; formed; manufactured.

A well-made play, Swiss-made knife.

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Produced artificially.

Made ground, from filling in a swamp.

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Invented; contrived.

A made word.

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(now rare) Prepared from various ingredients.

A made dish.

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The definition of made is invented or created, often in a particular manner.

An example of made used as an adjective is in the phrase "hand made" which means made by hand.

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To have made is defined as to have created something.

An example of made is to have baked cookies yesterday.

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(UK dialectal or obsolete) A maggot or grub.
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Simple past tense and past participle of make.
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made for
  • Perfectly suited for:
    They're really made for each other.
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have (got) it made
  • to be assured of success, prosperity, contentment, etc.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

made for
have (got) it made

Origin of made

  • From Middle English mathe, from Old English maþu, maþa (“maggot, worm, grub"), from Proto-Germanic *maþô (“maggot"), from Proto-Indo-European *mot-, *mat- (“worm, grub, caterpillar, moth"). Cognate with Scots mathe, maithe (“maggot"), Dutch made (“maggot"), German Made (“maggot"). More at maggot.

    From Wiktionary

  • From Middle English made, makede, makode (preterite) and maad, mad, maked (past participle), from Old English macode (first and third person preterite) and macod, Ä¡emacod (past participle), from macian (“to make"). More at make.

    From Wiktionary