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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmademade /meΙͺd/ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 x-refthe past tense and past participle of make2 β†’ factory-made/German-made/homemade etc3 β†’ have (got) it made4 β†’ see/find out what somebody is (really) made of5 β†’ I’m not made of money6 β†’ be made for each other7 β†’ be made (for life)8 β†’ be made up
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madeβ€’ The sky was clear and the sunlight had a brilliance and intensity that made her head reel.β€’ We had a good flight home with excellent connection times, which made it less exhausting than the journey to Jo'burg.β€’ It made me glad to be what I was.β€’ We had stood our ground and made our point.
From Longman Business Dictionary-made-made /meΙͺd/ adjective made in a particular country or type of placesales of British-made equipmentUsing factory-made precast sections gives us additional speed in construction.
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