Make-out definitions

To discern; to manage to see, hear etc. [from 16th c.]
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Romantic, designed to accompany a kiss.

Equal parts jazz landmark and make-out album, it rewards the listener on every level, and established modal jazz as a sub-genre that is still being explored.

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A kiss.
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To draw up (a document etc.), to designate (a cheque) to a given recipient, payee. [from 15th c.]

Cheques may be made out to the Foo Bar Company.

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(now chiefly US, regional, intransitive) To manage, get along; to do (well, badly etc.). [from 17th c.]

Oh, you were on a TV game show? How did you make out?

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(intransitive) To represent; to make (something) appear to be true. [from 17th c.]

His version of the story makes me out to be the bad guy.

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(intransitive) To succeed in seducing; to have sex. [from 20th c.]
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(slang, chiefly US, intransitive) To kiss passionately. [from 20th c.]

We found a secluded spot where we could make out in private.

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