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made-up British & World English

Wearing make-up

make up in make British & World English

Be reconciled after a quarrel

make something up in make British & World English

Complete an amount or group

make something up British & World English

Invent a story, lie, or plan

make up in make something up British & World English

(Of parts) compose or constitute (a whole)

make someone up in make British & World English

Apply cosmetics to oneself or another

make up British & World English

Be reconciled after a quarrel

make someone up British & World English

Apply cosmetics to oneself or another

make up for in make British & World English

Compensate for something lost, missed, or deficient

make up to in make British & World English

Attempt to win the favour of (someone) by being pleasant

make up for in make something up British & World English

Compensate for something lost, missed, or deficient

make up to British & World English

Attempt to win the favour of (someone) by being pleasant

make up ground in ground1 British & World English

Get closer to someone ahead in a race or competition

make up ground British & World English

Get closer to someone ahead in a race or competition

make up leeway in leeway British & World English

Struggle out of a bad position, especially by recovering lost time

make up leeway British & World English

Struggle out of a bad position, especially by recovering lost time

make it up to in make British & World English

Compensate someone for negligent or unfair treatment

make it up to in make something up British & World English

Compensate someone for negligent or unfair treatment

make up one's mind British & World English

Make a decision; decide

make up for lost time in lost British & World English

Do something faster or more often in order to compensate for not having done it quickly or often enough before

make up for lost time British & World English

Do something faster or more often in order to compensate for not having done it quickly or often enough before

made-up English Thesaurus

a made-up story

made-up English-Spanish

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