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Phrasal verbs: make out

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to make out
1.1
to kiss
I don't like hanging out with John and Sue, they are always making out.
Syntax: intransitive
US/UK: US

1.2
to give an impression; to pretend
He makes out like he has a lot of money.
Syntax: inseparable

1.3
to understand
He's always so quiet. I don't know if he is shy, I just can't make him out!
Syntax: separable

1.4
to write or to write something in the name of someone
My father made out to me for my birthday.
Syntax: intransitive

1.5
to progress
How did you make out yesterday at the sales?
Syntax: intransitive

1.6
to distinguish; to discern
Can you make out that sign up ahead?
Syntax: separable

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