- 名詞 (Noun)PLmakingsSUF-ing
- The act of forming, causing, or constituting; workmanship; construction.
- Process of growth or development.
- As a child he didn’t seem like a genius in the making.
- 動詞 (Verb)
- present participle of make.
- Soon (30 years?) we'll be making complete DNA and life in reverse, growing food that only reversed creatures cn eat. - Earliest Usenet use via Google Groups - fa.human-nets, 10 May 1981 09:16-EDT, Robert Elton Maas
- His tactfulness allowed him to be honest without making enemies.
- “Marge Gets A Job” opens with the foundation of the Simpson house tilting perilously to one side, making the family homestead look like the suburban equivalent of the Leaning Tower Of Pisa.
- I thought that we were going to study the project some more, but then he came back from the weekend and changed up, making it a top priority.
- To screen out the houses, Mr. Darke and Ms. Zoehrer have planted cedars and katsura trees, sweetshrub and shadbush, and turned their gaze inward, to the garden of their own making.
- Again, if we use an adequate code system, with the help of modern information technology, we can derive from our anagraphical registers a lot of information useful for improving our decision making.
Meaning of making for the defined word.
- 品詞階層 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
難しい性質: レベル 1
簡単に ➨ 難しいです
明確性: レベル 1
明確 ➨ 多目的
- en makings
- en making do
- en making-of
- en making to
- fr making-of