made-up

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İngilizce - Türkçe
uyduruk
yalan
makyajlı
make up
uydurmak
make up
makyaj

Makyaj yapmayı bilir. - She knows how to make up.

Siz arkadaşlar makyaj yaptınız mı? - Did you guys make up?

make up
{i} barışmak
make up
{i} oluşturmak

İslam Danimarka'nın en büyük ikinci dini olup, onun 210.000 inananı toplumunun% 3.7'sini oluşturmaktadır. - Islam is the second largest religion in Denmark, of which its 210,000 believers make up 3.7% of its society.

make up
makyaj yapmak
make up
(deyim) tamamlamak. make up for sth. karsilamak,telafi etmek. make up to someone gozune girmeye calismak,yaranmak. make sth. up to someone telafi etmek
make up
{i} telâfi etmek

Ülke, dış ticaret açığını telafi etmek için çok çabalıyor. - The country is trying hard to make up for her trade deficit.

Kaybı telafi etmek zorundaydım. - I had to make up for the loss.

make up
(deyim) dostluğu yeniden kurmak
make up
(Askeri) maket
make up
bütünleme sınavı
make up
{i} uyduruvermek
made up
ibaret olmak
made up
(Kanun) düzmece

Birçok insan bu hikayenin düzmece olduğuna inanmak istemiyordu. - Many people did not want to believe that this story was made up.

make up
düzmek
make up
{i} toparlamak
made up
uyduruk

Tom'un düşüncesi uyduruk. - Tom's mind is made up.

made up
atmasyon
madeup
yalan
make up
(deyim) sayfayı hazırlamak
make up
kafadan uydurmak
make up
hazırlamak
make up
kıvırmak
make up
bir araya getirmek
make up
(deyim) katılmak
make up
makyaj yap
make up
geri vermek
make up
(deyim) mizanpaj yapmak
make up
(Askeri) tertip etmek
make up
(deyim) (özür/neden) bulmak
make up
yatak yapmak
make up
yapmak
make up
toplamak
make up
icat etmek
make up
düzenlemek
make up
sallamak
make up
karar vermek

Şu anda karar vermek zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to make up your mind right now.

Tom hemen karar vermek zorunda değil. - Tom doesn't have to make up his mind right now.

make up
atmak
make up
tamamlamak
make up
(deyim) bütün oluşturmak
make up
ödemek
make up
(deyim) karıştırarak hazırlamak
make up
(deyim) bütünleşmek
make up
(deyim) (ilacı) hazırlamak
make up
(deyim) (para/zaman) kaybı giderme
make up
(deyim) açmak
make up
(deyim) kaybı telafi etme

Biz onun kaybı telafi etmesi gerektiğini önerdik. - We suggested that she should make up for the loss.

Hükümet, kaybı telafi etmek zorunda kaldı. - The government had to make up for the loss.

make up
(deyim) bütünü oluşturmak
make up
boyanmak
make up
(deyim) reçete hazırlamak
make up
kafadan atmak
made up
topla
made up
makyajlı
made up
uydurma
made up
yap

Tom öğrenim yapmak için Boston'a gitmeye karar verdi. - Tom has made up his mind to go to Boston to study.

O, eğitim yapmak için Amerika'ya gitmeye karar verdi. - She has made up her mind to go to America to study.

make up
topla

Altmış beşten fazla Amerikalılar toplam nüfusun% 12.5'ini oluşturuyor. - Americans who are over sixty-five make up 12.5% of the total population.

Sami kendi yatağını toplayabilir. - Sami can make up his own bed.

made up
boyalı
made up
zararı karşılanmış
made up
yalan
madeup
uyduruk
madeup
zararı ödenmi
madeup
tazmin edilmiş
madeup
makyajlı
madeup
uydurma
madeup
tamamlanmış
madeup
zararı karşılanmış
madeup
yüzü boyalı
make up
(deyim) hazirlamak,paket yapmak
make up
(deyim) makyaj yapmak. make-up makyaj. make someone up birine makyaj yapmak. make sth. up
make up
for -i telafi etmek. 6
make up
süs
make up
düzenleme
make up
yapı
make up
makyaj malzemesi
make up
yapım
make up
(deyim) uydurmak. 2.karsilamak,yerini doldurmak
make up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- makyaj yapmak 2- hazırlamak
make up
uydurma hikâye
make up
yaradılış
make up
düzen
make up
(Askeri) MAKET, TAKLİT MODEL
make up
mizanplaj
İngilizce - İngilizce
arranged or put together

The front page was made-up but had to be changed at the last minute.

changed by the application of cosmetics

The clown was made-up hours before the show.

invented or fabricated

He have me a made-up story of the events.

delighted, pleased, thrilled

I was made-up when the local team won.

marked by the use of makeup; "heavily made-up eyes"
A made-up word, name, or story is invented, rather than really existing or being true. It looks like a made-up word. real
formed by fitting or joining components together
formed or conceived by the imagination; "a fabricated excuse for his absence"; "a fancied wrong"; "a fictional character"; "used fictitious names"; "a made-up story"
If you are made-up, you are wearing make-up such as powder or eye shadow. She was beautifully made-up, beautifully groomed
having been paved
Alternative spelling of made-up
Simple past tense and past participle of make up
make up
to constitute; to compose; to form
make up
To overcome a disadvantage
make up
to invent, imagine, or concoct (a story, claim, etc.)

He was a great storyteller and could make up a story on the spot.

make up
to resolve, forgive or smooth over an argument or fight

They fight a lot, but they always manage to make up.

make up
to apply cosmetics or makeup

Let's leave as soon I make up my face.

make up
to compensate, fill in or catch up

Cuba took limited free market-oriented measures to alleviate severe shortages of food, consumer goods, and services to make up for the ending of Soviet subsidies.

make up
to assemble, or mix

I can make up a batch of stew in a few minutes, but it will take a two hours to cook.

make up
make up something artificial or untrue
made up
fabricated, invented; made of, composed of, consisting of; wearing make-up and cosmetics
make up
If two people make up or make it up after a quarrel or disagreement, they become friends again. She came back and they made up They never made up the quarrel They should make up with their ex-enemy in the West I'll make it up with him again
make up
{f} construct; constitute; invent, concoct; forgive and forget; supply what is lacking; put on cosmetics; compensate for something missed (as in: "I missed the test, may I make it up?")
make up
{i} cosmetics; figure, body structure, build; arrangement
make up
If you make yourself up or if someone else makes you up, make-up such as powder or lipstick is put on your face. She spent too much time making herself up She chose Maggie to make her up for her engagement photographs I can't be bothered to make up my face
make up
devise or compose; "This designer makes up our Spring collections"; "He designed women's shoes"
make up
If you make up a bed, you put sheets and blankets on it so that someone can sleep there. Her mother made up a bed in her old room
make up
If you make up time or hours, you work some extra hours because you have previously taken some time off work. They'll have to make up time lost during the strike
make up
come to terms; "After some discussion we finally made up"
make up
make up work that was missed due to absence at a later point; "I have to make up a French exam"; "Can I catch up with the material or is it too late?
make up
make up work that was missed due to absence at a later point; "I have to make up a French exam"; "Can I catch up with the material or is it too late?"
make up
do or give something to somebody in return; "Does she pay you for the work you are doing?"
make up
form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
make up
put in order or neaten; "make the bed"; "make up a room"
make up
If you make up an amount, you add something to it so that it is as large as it should be. Less than half of the money that students receive is in the form of grants, and loans have made up the difference The team had six professionals and made the number up with five amateurs For every £100 you invest into a pension plan the Inland Revenue makes it up to £125
make up
If you make up something such as food or medicine, you prepare it by mixing or putting different things together. Prepare the souffle dish before making up the souffle mixture
make up
apply make-up or cosmetics to one's face to appear prettier; "She makes herself up every morning"
make up
The people or things that make up something are the members or parts that form that thing. North Africans make up the largest and poorest immigrant group in the country Insects are made up of tens of thousands of proteins. = form, constitute
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If you make up something such as a story or excuse, you invent it, sometimes in order to deceive people. I think it's very unkind of you to make up stories about him I'm not making it up. The character exists in real life
made-up