Also found in: Idioms.
made from made of made out of
Made is the past tense and -ed participle of the verb make.
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.
My cabin was made of logs.
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