the past tense and past participle of make
made in a factory, in Germany, at home etc:
sales of Japanese-made cars
to have everything that you need for success or for a happy life:
Nice house, good job, lovely family - you've got it made!
to find out how strong, brave etc someone is or how skilful they are at doing something:
Come on then! Let's see what you're made of.
used when someone has asked you to pay for something in order to say that you cannot afford it and that you think they are being unreasonable:
I can't buy you shoes as well - I'm not made of money!
to be completely suitable for each other, especially as husband and wife:
Sue and Joe were made for each other.
to be so rich that you will never have to work again:
If the deal is successful, I'll be made for life.
to feel very pleased and satisfied about something that has happened:
be made upspoken informal
When I heard she was pregnant, I was really made up for her.