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mak·er

 (mā′kər)
n.
1. One that makes or manufactures. Often used in combination: a filmmaker; a maker of fine violins.
2. One who engages in creative do-it-yourself projects, especially those involving technology.
3. Law A party that signs a promissory note or contract.
4. Maker God. Often used with a possessive adjective: prayed to her Maker for guidance.
5. Archaic A poet.

maker

(ˈmeɪkə)
n
1. a person who makes (something); fabricator; constructor
2. (Law) a person who executes a legal document, esp one who signs a promissory note
3. (Poetry) archaic Scot a poet. Also called (esp Scot): makar

Maker

(ˈmeɪkə)
n
1. (Theology) a title given to God
2. go to meet one's Maker meet one's Maker to die

mak•er

(ˈmeɪ kər)

n.
1. a person or thing that makes.
2. a manufacturer.
3. (cap.) God.
4. the party executing a legal instrument, esp. a promissory note.
5. the card player who first names the successful bid.
Idioms:
go to or meet one's Maker, to die.
[1300–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.maker - a person who makes thingsmaker - a person who makes things    
creator - a person who grows or makes or invents things
basketmaker, basketweaver - someone skilled in weaving baskets
belt maker - a maker of belts
bookmaker - a maker of books; someone who edits or publishes or binds books
beer maker, brewer - someone who brews beer or ale from malt and hops and water
chandler - a maker (and seller) of candles and soap and oils and paints
cobbler, shoemaker - a person who makes or repairs shoes
candymaker, confectioner - someone who makes candies and other sweets
author, generator, source - someone who originates or causes or initiates something; "he was the generator of several complaints"
glassmaker - someone who makes glass
hatmaker, hatter, milliner, modiste - someone who makes and sells hats
ironworker - a person who makes articles of iron
jeweler, jeweller, jewelry maker - someone who makes jewelry
maltman, maltster - a maker of malt
producer, manufacturer - someone who manufactures something
needleworker - someone who does work (as sewing or embroidery) with a needle
patternmaker - someone who makes patterns (as for sewing or carpentry or metalworking)
perfumer - a person who makes (and sells) perfumes
piano maker - a person who makes pianos
saddler - a maker and repairer and seller of equipment for horses
sailmaker - a maker of sails
shirtmaker - a maker of shirts
spinner, thread maker, spinster - someone who spins (who twists fibers into threads)
steelmaker, steelman, steelworker - a worker engaged in making steel
tentmaker - someone who makes or repairs tents
toolmaker - someone skilled in making or repairing tools
wine maker, winemaker, vintner - someone who makes wine
violin maker - someone who makes violins
horologer, horologist, watchmaker - someone who makes or repairs watches
wigmaker - someone who makes and sells wigs
2.maker - terms referring to the Judeo-Christian GodMaker - terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
Blessed Trinity, Holy Trinity, Sacred Trinity, Trinity - the union of the Father and Son and Holy Ghost in one Godhead
hypostasis of Christ, hypostasis - any of the three persons of the Godhead constituting the Trinity especially the person of Christ in which divine and human natures are united
3.maker - a business engaged in manufacturing some productmaker - a business engaged in manufacturing some product
business, business concern, business organisation, business organization, concern - a commercial or industrial enterprise and the people who constitute it; "he bought his brother's business"; "a small mom-and-pop business"; "a racially integrated business concern"
armorer, armourer - a manufacturer of firearms
bottler - a manufacturer that makes and bottles beverages
auto maker, auto manufacturer, automaker, car maker, car manufacturer, carmaker - a business engaged in the manufacture of automobiles
computer business - a business that manufactures and sells computers

maker

noun manufacturer, producer, builder, constructor, fabricator Japan's two largest car makers

Maker

noun God, Creator, Prime Mover Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker

maker

noun
1. One that creates, founds, or originates:
2. A person or business that makes or builds something:
Translations
صَانِعْصانِع، صاحِب
výrobce
=-magerproducentskaber
tekijä
proizvođač
készítõ
framleiîandi
造り主
조물주
izdelovalecproizvajalec
skapare
ผู้ผลิต
yapan kimseyapıcı
người chế tạo

maker

[ˈmeɪkəʳ] N
1. (= craftsman) → creador(a) m/f, artífice mf
2. (= manufacturer) → fabricante mf
3. (Rel) MakerCreador m, Hacedor m
she has gone to meet her Makerha pasado a mejor vida, Dios la ha llamado a su seno
prepare to meet your Makerprepárate a morir

maker

[ˈmeɪkər] n
(= manufacturer) → fabricant m
Europe's biggest car maker → le plus grand fabricant de voitures d'Europe
[programme] → concepteur/trice m/f film-maker

maker

n (= manufacturer)Hersteller(in) m(f); our Makerunser Schöpfer m; to go to meet one’s Makerzum Herrn eingehen (geh)

maker

[ˈmeɪkəʳ] n (manufacturer) → fabbricante m; (creator) → creatore/trice; (originator) → autore/trice (Rel) our Makeril Creatore

make

(meik) past tense, past participle made (meid) verb
1. to create, form or produce. God made the Earth; She makes all her own clothes; He made it out of paper; to make a muddle/mess of the job; to make lunch/coffee; We made an arrangement/agreement/deal/bargain.
2. to compel, force or cause (a person or thing to do something). They made her do it; He made me laugh.
3. to cause to be. I made it clear; You've made me very unhappy.
4. to gain or earn. He makes $100 a week; to make a profit.
5. (of numbers etc) to add up to; to amount to. 2 and 2 make(s) 4.
6. to become, turn into, or be. He'll make an excellent teacher.
7. to estimate as. I make the total 483.
8. to appoint, or choose, as. He was made manager.
9. used with many nouns to give a similar meaning to that of the verb from which the noun is formed. He made several attempts (= attempted several times); They made a left turn (= turned left); He made (= offered) a suggestion/proposal; Have you any comments to make?
noun
a (usually manufacturer's) brand. What make is your new car?
ˈmaker noun
a person who makes. a tool-maker; a dressmaker.
ˈmaking noun
the process of producing or forming something. glassmaking; (also adjective) the road-making industry.
ˌmake-beˈlieve noun
the act or art of pretending and imagining. a world of make-believe; (also adjective) a make-believe world.
ˈmake-ˌover noun
a (complete) change in a person's appearance made by cosmetic treatment, new hairstyle, new clothes etc.
ˈmakeshift adjective
temporary and usually of poor quality. a makeshift garden shed.
ˈmake-up noun
1. cosmetics applied to the face etc. She never wears any make-up.
2. the set, or combination, of characteristics or ingredients that together form something, eg a personality; composition. Violence is just not part of his make-up.
have the makings of
to have the clear ability for becoming. Your son has the makings of an engineer.
in the making
being made or formed at this very moment. A revolution is in the making.
make a/one's bed
to tidy and straighten the sheets, blankets etc on a bed after it has been used. The children make their own beds every morning.
make believe
to pretend (that). The children made believe they were animals.
make do (with with)
to use something as a poor-quality or temporary alternative to the real thing. There's no meat, so we'll have to make do with potatoes.
make for
to go towards. We're making for home.
make it
to be successful. After twenty years, we've finally made it.
make it up
1. to become friends again after a quarrel. It's time you two made it up (with each other).
2. to give compensation or make amends for something. I'm sorry – I'll make it up to you somehow.
make (something) of (something)
to understand (something) by or from (something). What do you make of all this?
make out
1. to see, hear or understand. He could make out a ship in the distance.
2. to make it seem that. He made out that he was earning a huge amount of money.
3. to write or fill in. The doctor made out a prescription.
4. (slang) to kiss, hug and caress; to neck. They were making out in the back seat.
make over
(American) to change something or turn it into something else. They made over the room as an office; The plastic surgeon made her face over.
make up
1. to invent. He made up the whole story.
2. to compose or be part(s) of. The group was made up of doctors and lawyers.
3. to complete. We need one more player – will you make up the number(s)?
4. to apply cosmetics to (the face). I don't like to see women making up (their faces) in public.
5. to become friends again (after a quarrel etc). They've finally made up (their disagreement).
make up for
to supply a reward, substitute etc for disappointment, damage, loss (of money or time) etc. Next week we'll try to make up for lost time.
make up one's mind
to make a decision. He finally made up his mind about the job.
make up to
to try to gain the favour or love of by flattery etc. She's always making up to the teacher by bringing him presents.

made of is used in speaking of the material from which an object is constructed etc: This table is made of wood/plastic/steel .
made from is used in speaking of the raw material from which something has been produced by a process of manufacture: Paper is made from wood/rags .

maker

صَانِعْ výrobce skaber Hersteller κατασκευαστής fabricante tekijä fabricant proizvođač creatore 造り主 조물주 maker produsent twórca fabricante изготовитель skapare ผู้ผลิต yapıcı người chế tạo 制造者
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