There are 2 main translations of made in Spanish:

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made 1

American English: /meɪd/
British English: /meɪd/

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There are 2 main translations of made in Spanish:

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made 2

adjective (predicative)

  • 1.1 (assured of success) See examples: to be made
    tener el futuro or el porvenir resuelto or asegurado
    if you can pull it off, you're made (for life)
    si lo logras, tienes el futuro resuelto (de por vida)
    to have it made
    tener el éxito asegurado
    1.2 (ideally suited) See examples: they were made for each other
    estaban hechos el uno para el otro

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