MAK


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mak

(mæk)
vb
a Scot word for make1

mak


Past participle: makit
Gerund: making

Imperative
mak
mak
Present
I mak
you mak
he/she/it maks
we mak
you mak
they mak
Preterite
I makit
you makit
he/she/it makit
we makit
you makit
they makit
Present Continuous
I am making
you are making
he/she/it is making
we are making
you are making
they are making
Present Perfect
I have makit
you have makit
he/she/it has makit
we have makit
you have makit
they have makit
Past Continuous
I was making
you were making
he/she/it was making
we were making
you were making
they were making
Past Perfect
I had makit
you had makit
he/she/it had makit
we had makit
you had makit
they had makit
Future
I will mak
you will mak
he/she/it will mak
we will mak
you will mak
they will mak
Future Perfect
I will have makit
you will have makit
he/she/it will have makit
we will have makit
you will have makit
they will have makit
Future Continuous
I will be making
you will be making
he/she/it will be making
we will be making
you will be making
they will be making
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been making
you have been making
he/she/it has been making
we have been making
you have been making
they have been making
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been making
you will have been making
he/she/it will have been making
we will have been making
you will have been making
they will have been making
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been making
you had been making
he/she/it had been making
we had been making
you had been making
they had been making
Conditional
I would mak
you would mak
he/she/it would mak
we would mak
you would mak
they would mak
Past Conditional
I would have makit
you would have makit
he/she/it would have makit
we would have makit
you would have makit
they would have makit
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Noun1.mak - a terrorist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the 1980s to provide money and recruit fighters around the worldMAK - a terrorist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the 1980s to provide money and recruit fighters around the world; enlisted and transported thousands of men to Afghanistan to fight the Russians; a split in the group led bin Laden and the extremist faction of MAK to form al-Qaeda
act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act - the calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature; this is done through intimidation or coercion or instilling fear
References in classic literature ?
"The horse is here belonging to Mak...Mak...I never can say the name," said the Englishman, over his shoulder, pointing his big finger and dirty nail towards Gladiator's stall.
'There's nobbut t' missis; and shoo'll not oppen 't an ye mak' yer flaysome dins till neeght.'
Ar wouldn't mak' ill words amang my neeburs, and ar speak tiv'ee quiet loike.
as to offar to mak mee hur one uman without mi ever askin any such
There was nothing like them in these parts, nor ever had been; they had liked learning, all three, almost from the time they could speak; and they had always been "of a mak' of their own." Mr.
Whar's the man would mak' sic an answer as that to a bonny young leddy like you?"
Monsieur Beel, dis lettair mak me de most happi of mans.
Furthermore, 'to mak siccar,' my father has taken the opposite side of the fireplace and is deep in the latest five columns of Gladstone, who is his Carlyle.
"Draw it mild, Stenie, my man; ye play unco weel, but ye mak a most infernal din," cried Uncle Jem, with his hands over his ears, for this accomplishment was new to him, and "took him all aback," as he expressed it.
It was very surprising to see the Gauchos, i the midst of rain and everything soaking wet, with nothin more than a tinder-box and a piece of rag, immediately mak a fire.
Nowadays a poet makes a poem, and it is printed with his name upon the title-page.
"What I seen over on th' right makes me think it was th' other way about.