made from


Also found in: Idioms.

made from

made ofmade out of

Made is the past tense and -ed participle of the verb make.

See make

You can use made from, made out of, or made of to say that something has been produced using a substance or object, so that the original substance or object is completely changed.

They sailed on a raft made from bamboo.
The plates were made out of solid gold.
Her dress was made of a light, floaty material.

If something has been produced from another thing in an unusual or surprising way, you usually use made out of.

She was wearing a hat made out of plastic bags.

If you are mentioning the parts or materials from which something is constructed, you use made of or made out of. Don't use 'made from'.

My cabin was made of logs.
References in classic literature ?
When Wilson had at last finished his tedious and difficult work, he arranged his results according to a plan in which a progressive order and sequence was a principal feature; then he added to the batch several pantograph enlargements which he had made from time to time in bygone years.
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Nylon is also made from compounds that have been polymerized, the process of making large molecules from smaller ones.
But the major grapes used to make red Bordeaux--Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot--also grow well in other countries, and many wines made from them offer excellent alternatives within our price limit.
Then clothes were made from scraps of fabric and the stable-cave was made of brown paper and draped with cotton for snow.
A plaster mold gets made from the clay model; then a mold is made with latex or neoprene.
But it was not a question of imitating cinematic techniques or making pictures that resembled film stills, it was only a question of following the thread of the recognition that films were made from photographs and were essentially acts of photography.
Environmental Protection Agency estimates that more than 16 billion diapers, made from wood pulp, are discarded each year.
Many of these rolls are made from high hardness elastomeric compounds, which can sustain the high speeds and high pressures associated with the paper making process.
There is pure pisco, generally favored by pisco connoisseurs and made from the Quebranta grape, a non-aromatic variety that is the result of genetic mutations of the ordinary black grape introduced by the Spaniards.
Film extrusion conditions, including blow-up ratio (BUR), frost-line height, and gauge all affect WVTR of PE films made from resin with broad-MWD or long-chain branching.