# Word Explanation Translation Sentences Categories Media
194 make for go to or toward poruszać się w kierunku czegoś
  • We made for office when it started raining.
195 make of understand or have an opinion myśleć o, sądzić o
  • What do you make of Mark? I think he's very intelligent.
196 make out be able to see or hear something zrozumieć, dostrzec, dosłyszeć
  • If you can't make out what someone's saying, ask them to repeat it.
197 make up make up robić makijaż
  • I always make up before I leave house in the evening.
198 make up invent information, invent imaginary information, create information, create imaginary information wymyśleć
  • I wouldn't believe him! I bet he has made the story up!
199 make up compensate for something missed or not done by doing extra or equivalent work nadrabiać, rekompensować
  • He spends so much probably making up for the years when she he penniless.
200 match up the pairing of people or things as for comparison or competition pasować, zgadzać się
  • They will have to be interrogated once again as their stories proved not to match up.
201 melt down reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating topić
  • You should put on your coat. It's cold outside.
202 mess around spinning aimlessly nie robić nic specjalnego, kręcić się bez celu
  • Stop messing around and get busy.
203 mess with experiment eksperymentować
  • Do not mess with drugs.
204 mess with become involved in something damaging or dangerous zadzierać z kimś
  • Do not mess with her ! She is eager to solve problems with her fists.
205 move in to start living in a certain place wprowadzać się
  • I didn't like this flat when I moved in but now I think it's quite cosy.
206 move out to change the place of living to strt a journey wyprowadzać się
  • We have to move out till the end of the year.
482 mark up increase the price, increase the price for resale podnieść cenę
  • Mrs. Black's import shop is profitable because she buys things inexpensively and then marks them up.
513 magic up to make something appear suddenly and unexpectedly wyczarować coś
  • My wife can magic up the best steak you've ever eaten.