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IDIOMS WITH “MAKE”

  1. made of money (dalam bentuk pasif): kaya raya. “You want my money again? Do you think I’m made of money?” (Kamu pikir aku kaya raya?)
  2. make a face: mengerutkan muka. “He makes a face every time I talk about it.” (Dia mengerutkan muka tiap kali aku membicarakannya.)
  3. make a fool of: membuat (seseorang) terlihat bodoh. “Don’t make a fool of me.” (Jangan membuatku terlihat bodoh.)
  4. make a mountain out of a mole-hill: membesar-besarkan sesuatu. “He likes to make a mountain out of a mole-hill.” (Dia suka membesar-besarkan sesuatu.)
  5. make believe: berpura-pura. “They make believe they’re still together.” (Mereka berpura-pura mereka masih bersama.)
  6. make ends meet: punya cukup uang (walau pas-pasan). “She works to make ends meet.” (Dia bekerja untuk punya cukup uang.)
  7. make eyes at: bermain mata; menggoda. “That guy keeps making eyes at me.” (Pria itu terus-terusan menggodaku.)
  8. make friends with: berteman dengan. “Make friends with everyone so you’ll be happy.” (Bertemanlah dengan semua orang supaya kamu bahagia.)
  9. make fun of: menggoda; mengolok-olok. “Stop making fun of your sister, will you?” (Berhentilah mengolok-olok adikmu.)
  10. make it snappy: cepat-cepat. “Make it snappy! I don’t have all day.” (Cepatlah! Waktuku tidak banyak.)
  11. make one’s day: membuat hidup (seseorang) lengkap hari ini (dalam arti positif). “Wow, thanks! This gift has made my day!” (Wah, terima kasih! Kado ini melengkapi hariku!)
  12. make oneself at home: santai saja; berlaku seperti di rumah sendiri. “Welcome to our guest house.. Just make yourself at home.” (Selamat di guest house kami.. Anggap rumah sendiri.)
  13. make over: merombak. “I’m going to make over my bike so it’ll look new.” (Aku akan merombak sepedaku supaya terlihat baru.)
  14. make sense: masuk akal. “His argument makes sense though..” (Argumen dia masuk akal sih..)
  15. make sure: memastikan. “I came to make sure that you’re OK.” (Aku datang untuk memastikan kamu baik-baik saja.)

July 7, 2012 - Posted by | Idiom |

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