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to make for Nederlandse vertaling bab.la Engels-Nederlands woordenboek.
to" make for" vertaling Nederlands. to make for ww. Vertalingen en voorbeelden. Vertalingen en voorbeelden. EN to make for. to make for ook: to head for. aansturen op ww. to make for ook: to break down upon. afstevenen op ww.
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to make for the bank Vertaling Engels-Nederlands.
van NL van EN van DE van FR van ES naar NL naar EN naar DE naar FR naar ES Vertaal. Naar andere talen: to make for the bank DE to make for the bank ES to make for the bank FR.
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Make for Define Make for at Dictionary.com.
intransitive; foll by to, as if to, or as though to to act with the intention or with a show of doing something: they made to go out, he made as if to hit her. to use for a specified purpose: I will make this town my base.
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make for Vertaling Engels-Nederlands.
van NL van EN van DE van FR van ES naar NL naar EN naar DE naar FR naar ES Vertaal. Naar andere talen: make for DE make for ES make for FR. Vertalingen make for ENNL. to make for.
Make for definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
Ashford, Jeffrey A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE Kettricken wisely stood still, allowing the barbarian whatever gesture he thought he must make for the honour of his house. Robin Hobb THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN 2002 Like bowling shoes, they were purposely garish to deter theft and make for easy identification if they left the park.
Make for definition of make for by The Free Dictionary.
To begin or appear to begin an action: made as if to shake my hand. To cause something to be as specified: make ready; make sure. To proceed in a certain direction: made for home; made after the thief. Slang To pretend to be; imitate.
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Vertaling van make for. to head for, to make for ww. to break down upon, to make for ww. to act, to do, to make, to perform, to carry out, to commit, to form, to reach, to render, to work, to wage ww.
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Cooke editor, Hardwicke's' Science-Gossip, 1 December 1868, Robert Hardwicke 1869, page 278: Several very curious varieties of Blues have been taken, which appear to make for Darwins theory. 1912, Simon FitzSimons, Criticisms in Kant, in The American Catholic Quarterly Review, Volume 37, page 148: That they are conditions of thought does not make for Kants theory of the categories one iota more than it makes for the theory of Aristotle or for the theory of Locke.
make for phrasal verb definition and synonyms Macmillan Dictionary.
To move, or to move something towards a place: approach, make for, make towards. make for something to help to make something possible. The new computers make for much greater productivity. Synonyms and related words. To help something to progress: foster, promote, nurse.
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