Definition of maker in English:

maker

Syllabification: mak·er
Pronunciation: /ˈmākər
 
/

noun

1 [usually in combination] A person or thing that makes or produces something: a cabinetmaker
More example sentences
  • This means generic drug makers can legitimately produce cheaper copycat versions of the drugs.
  • Sound of Music is a one man show - there are no producers or tea makers, just me and my music.
  • The court, however, has chided the software maker for failing to produce much in the way of evidence at all.
Synonyms
2 (our, the, etc., Maker) God; the Creator.
More example sentences
  • Our Maker wants us to succeed, to fulfill our unique spiritual purpose, and to discover and cocreate the life of our dreams.
  • I'm looking ahead to the next 50 and all that this ol' life has to offer untill my maker calls me home!!
  • But I do believe in the Maker, and that he probably has a plan.

Phrases

meet one's Maker

chiefly humorous Die.
More example sentences
  • Now do the rest of the world a favor and meet your Maker.
  • I thought at that point the carriage was going to roll over and I thought we were going to meet our Maker.
  • Remember, some day each and every one of us will meet our Maker.

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