make up

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İngilizce - Türkçe
uydurmak
makyaj

Tom çok makyaj yapan kadınları sevmez. - Tom doesn't like women who wear way too much make up.

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

{i} barışmak
{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.

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

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

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

(Askeri) maket
bütünleme sınavı
{i} uyduruvermek
düzmek
{i} toparlamak
tamamlamak
yapmak
düzenlemek
yatak yapmak
(deyim) katılmak
ödemek
(deyim) bütün oluşturmak
geri vermek
hazırlamak
sallamak
makyaj yap
atmak
karar vermek

O karar vermek için uzun bir zaman ayırdığından dolayı bir üne sahiptir. - He has a reputation for taking a long time to make up his mind.

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

toplamak
(deyim) (özür/neden) bulmak
(Askeri) tertip etmek
kafadan uydurmak
icat etmek
(deyim) sayfayı hazırlamak
(deyim) (para/zaman) kaybı giderme
(deyim) bütünü oluşturmak
kafadan atmak
(deyim) bütünleşmek
(deyim) reçete hazırlamak
boyanmak
(deyim) kaybı telafi etme

Kaybı telafi etmeliyim. - I must make up for the loss.

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

(deyim) açmak
(deyim) (ilacı) hazırlamak
(deyim) mizanpaj yapmak
(deyim) karıştırarak hazırlamak
bir araya getirmek
kıvırmak
topla

Onlar toplam nüfusun yaklaşık yüzde 12,5'ğunu oluşturuyorlar. - They make up about 12.5 percent of the total population.

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

(Askeri) MAKET, TAKLİT MODEL
(deyim) uydurmak. 2.karsilamak,yerini doldurmak
(deyim) hazirlamak,paket yapmak
(deyim) makyaj yapmak. make-up makyaj. make someone up birine makyaj yapmak. make sth. up
for -i telafi etmek. 6
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- makyaj yapmak 2- hazırlamak
düzen
yapım
düzenleme
yaradılış
uydurma hikâye
mizanplaj
makyaj malzemesi
yapı
süs
make it up
uzlaşmak
make up to
(deyim) gönlünü almak
make it up
barışmak
make something up
uydurmak
makeup
makyaj

O, koyu makyaj yapar. - She wears heavy makeup.

Onun koyu makyajı iğrençtir. - Her thick makeup is disgusting.

makeup
yapılış
make someone up
birine makyaj yapmak
make something up
paket yapmak
make something up
karşılamak
make something up
yerini doldurmak
make something up
tamamlamak
make something up
hazırlamak
make up of
desteklemek
make up to
yaranmak
make up to
(deyim) beğeni kazanmaya çalışmak
make up with
gönlünü almak
make up with
barışmak
makeup
karakter
makeup
tertip
makeup
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) sayfa düzeni
make up for
affettirmek
make up of
destekle
make up to
yaranmaya çalışmak
make it up
Bkz. make up
make up for
Compensate
make up for
telafi etmek

Kayıp zamanı telafi etmek için çok çalışmalıyım. - I must work hard to make up for lost time.

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

make up for
Telâfi etmek
makeup
makyajsız
make it up
tartışmaya son vermek
make up to
gözüne girmeye çalışmak
makeup
{i} matb. mizanpaj, sayfa düzeni
makeup
{i} karakter, özyapı; yaradılış
makeup
mizanpaj
makeup
bütünleme sınav
makeup
{i} k.dili. bütünleme, ikmal, bütünleme sınavı
makeup
yüze düzgün sürme
İngilizce - İngilizce
to constitute; to compose; to form
to resolve, forgive or smooth over an argument or fight

They fight a lot, but they always manage to 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.

to apply cosmetics or makeup

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

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.

To overcome a disadvantage
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 something artificial or untrue
do or give something to somebody in return; "Does she pay you for the work you are doing?"
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
apply make-up or cosmetics to one's face to appear prettier; "She makes herself up every morning"
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
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"
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
{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 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?"
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 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?
{i} cosmetics; figure, body structure, build; arrangement
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
devise or compose; "This designer makes up our Spring collections"; "He designed women's shoes"
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
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
put in order or neaten; "make the bed"; "make up a room"
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
come to terms; "After some discussion we finally made up"
Made-up, false, imaginary, fabricated
Of or relating to a reconciliation

We only argue because of the make-up sex.

Alternative spelling of makeup. See usage notes there
makeup
An item's composition

To understand how a nuclear reactor works, we must first look at its makeup.

makeup
the arrangements or combination of the parts of which anything is composed
Makeup
face
make up for
To make up for a bad experience or the loss of something means to make the situation better or make the person involved happier. Ask for an extra compensation payment to make up for the stress you have been caused = compensate for
make up for
compensate for; complete, supply what is lacking
make up to
If you say that you will make it up to someone, you are promising that you will do something good for them after they have been upset or disappointed, especially by you. I'll make it up to you, I promise I must make it up to him for the awful intrusion of last night
make up to
compensate, correct a wrongdoing
make up with
make peace with, forgive and forget
make-up
The arrangement of printed material on a page, or in an issue
make-up
The assembly of type and plates into pages
make-up
The make-up of something consists of its different parts and the way these parts are arranged. The ideological make-up of the unions is now radically different from what it had been
make-up
Some instructors permit students to take an exam or complete an assignment that they have missed This is called a "make-up " There is no university-wide policy on make-ups It is left up to the discretion of the course instructor
make-up
Someone's make-up is their nature and the various qualities in their character. There was some fatal flaw in his makeup, and as time went on he lapsed into long silences or became off-hand. = personality
make-up
the arrangement of lines of type and illustrations into pages or sections
make-up
Make-up is used in drawings for a couple of reasons One is for generic aesthetic purposes, trying to have people be as beautiful as possible Another reason, and this applies to more radical applications, is to help differentiate reoccurring characters and to show affiliations amongst characters Some examples of this are the Emperor's Sons and Daughter or Loreli and his brother Trevor The influences for the make-up itself include Japanese comics, Kabuki Theater, the movie Bladerunner and 70's glam rock
make-up
Attendance at the meeting of another Rotary club or certain other functions as provided in article VIII of the standard Rotary club constitution, to protect membership and receive attendance credit when a meeting of the Rotarian's own club is missed When attendance is made up at another Rotary club, it is reported to the Rotarian's home club on a "Visiting Rotarian Report Card" sent by the secretary of the club visited
make-up
Make-up consists of things such as lipstick, eye shadow, and powder which some women put on their faces to make themselves look more attractive or which actors use to change or improve their appearance. Normally she wore little make-up
make-up
No, we're not talking about what women wear on their faces Make-up consists of the top 3 or 4 courses (horizontal stitches) of a sock Lycra® spandex or rubber yarn is sometimes used in the make-up of socks to help keep them stay up on your legs or ankles
make-up
The amount of deficiency when a cash flow or capital item is deficient For example, an interest make-up relates to the interest amount above a ceiling percentage
make-up
This is the name given to the way the finished yarns are made up (put up) ready for shipment, for example, made up as a cone, on cylindrical crosswound bobbins, sectional warp beams, loom beams and fabric beams
make-up
cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
makeup
Azrir Asbagh
makeup
The process of arranging type and graphics on a page, called page makeup
makeup
An items composition
makeup
In composition, the arrangement of lines of type and illustrations into page form to top
makeup
In the performing arts, material used by actors for cosmetic purposes and to help create the characters they play. Not needed in Greek and Roman theatre because of the use of masks, makeup was used in the religious plays of medieval Europe, in which the angels' faces were painted red and those of God and Christ white or gold. In Elizabethan England, crude makeup methods included powdering the face with chalk (to play ghosts and murderers) or blackening it with burnt cork (to play Moors). As stage lighting improved in the 19th century, theatrical makeup became more artistic; stick greasepaint, invented by Ludwig Leichner in the 1860s, enabled actors to create more subtle characterizations. Stage makeup proved too heavy for motion pictures; in 1910 Max Factor created semiliquid greasepaint makeup suitable for early filmmaking, and in 1928 he created panchromatic makeup to keep pace with the development of incandescent lighting and more sensitive film. Makeup was later further modified for colour filmmaking and for television. See also cosmetics
makeup
The way in which the parts of anything are put together; often, the way in which an actor is dressed, painted, etc
makeup
in personating a character
makeup
{i} cosmetics; structure; composition; arrangement; disposition, temperament of a person; exam given to a student who missed or failed the first exam
makeup
cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
makeup
Lipstick, eyeliner, blush,etc which ironically make Mom look better while making her young daughter look "like a tramp "
makeup
Lipstick, eyeliner, blush, etc which ironically make Mom look better while making her young daughter look "like a tramp "
makeup
Cosmetics; colorants and other substances applied to the skin to improve its appearance
makeup
Lipstick, eyeliner, blush, etc , which ironically make Mom look better while making her young daughter look "cheap "
makeup
the way in which someone or something is composed
makeup
cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later
makeup
an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
make up