English version

made

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmademade /meɪd/ verb  1 x-refthe past tense and past participle of make2 factory-made/German-made/homemade etc3 have (got) it made4 see/find out what somebody is (really) made of5 I’m not made of money6 be made for each other7 be made (for life)8 be made up
Examples from the Corpus
madeThe sky was clear and the sunlight had a brilliance and intensity that made her head reel.We had a good flight home with excellent connection times, which made it less exhausting than the journey to Jo'burg.It made me glad to be what I was.We had stood our ground and made our point.
From Longman Business Dictionary-made-made /meɪd/ 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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