Definition of make out Pronunciation
1. To draw up (a document etc.), to designate (a cheque) to a given recipient, payee.
Cheques may be made out to the Foo Bar Company.
2. To send out.
3. To discern; to manage to see, hear etc.
4. To manage, get along; to do (well, badly etc.).
Oh, you were on a TV game show? How did you make out?
5. To represent; to make (something) appear to be true.
His version of the story makes me out to be the bad guy.
6. To kiss passionately.
We found a secluded spot where we could make out in private.
7. To engage in heavy petting or have sex.
© Wordnet 3.1 & Wiktionary - Combined dictionary for best results.
English - English - make out Pronunciation
decipher, understand; write out, fill out; discern, distinguish
English - Spanish - make out Pronunciation
descifrar, comprender; extender (un cheque, etc); distinguir, ver
English - French - make out Pronunciation
comprendre, décoder; inscrire (un chèque etc'); distinguer, apercevoir
English - German - make out Pronunciation
ausstellen, ausfertigen, aufstellen
English - Italian - make out Pronunciation
compilare, riempire
English - Portuguese - make out Pronunciation
decifrar; comprovar; redigir, escrever (um cheque, etc); perceber
English - Russian - make out Pronunciation
составлять; разобрать, увидеть, понять, различить, уяснить; давать понять, делать вид; доказывать; справляться, преуспевать, притворяться
English - Turkish - make out Pronunciation
farketmek, anlam çıkarmak, çıkarmak, başarmak, idare etmek, geçinmek, ilişki kurmak
English - Dutch - make out Pronunciation
begrijpen; schrijven (cheque e.d.); zien
English - Greek - make out Pronunciation
φτιάχνω, ξεχωρίζω
English - Chinese - make out Pronunciation
书写, 拼凑, 填写
English - Chinese - make out Pronunciation
書寫, 拼湊, 填寫
English - Japanese - make out Pronunciation
見分ける; 理解する; 書き込む; 作成する
English - Korean - make out Pronunciation
기초하다, 정리하다, 이럭저럭 정리하다, 식별하다, 겨우 식별하다, 이해하다, 납득하다, ...와 같이 말하다, ...와 같이 암시하다, 해나가다, 서로 애무하다

Share this page
Dictionary Extension
Synonyms for make out
notice: know, note, apprehend, discern, penetrate, behold, sense