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make out (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
aus | machen, past tense: made | made out, participle II: aus | ge | made
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈAʊ̯sˌmaxn̩]
Word meaning / definition:
1) switch off a device (lamp, heater, electrical appliance, etc.), extinguish a fire
2) an agreement meeting; set an appointment
3) ending a game with final move or a matter
4) be the essence of something
5) represent a certain amount
6) with dative object: to be disturbed by something, to mean something to someone
7) recognize something distant
8) outdated, East Central German: take something out, mostly from the ground
9) deliver something, make an agreement
Synonyms:
2) arrange, agree, agree
4) mark, form, shape, represent
5)
6) disturb, mean
7) exclude, recognize, spy, determine
8) dig up
9) agree, arrange, fight out, discharge, clean up, clarify
Related terms:
1) switch off, switch off, deactivate, blow out, turn off
6) affect
Opposite words:
1) turn it on, activate it, switch it on, light it up, turn it on
2) cancel
3) open up, begin
8) bury, dig in
Application examples:
1) He makes the TV out.
1) Do you have the heater turned off?
1) i make the candle out.
2) It was turned off, to appear in a suit.
2) “She followed Trudi's suggestion and would have an appointment at the crack hairdresser turned off.
3) When you're with a jack matters they say Maumau.
3) you did the dispute finally in court out.
4) As for our friendship mattered? That we were always there for each other!
4) “The fact that the exact naming of a real founding year is so difficult is mainly due to the fact that there is no recognized interpretation of what a league actually is matters.
5) children do only a small proportion of the German population out.
6) It makes nothing to me at all out, that it is raining today.
7) On the other bank, the researcher saw a group of crocodiles turn off.
7) “Recently Has the police on the border with Niger people turned off, who spoke English and Hausa, a northern Nigerian dialect. "
7) “That morning the old man came back excited from his walk and told his wife that a train of cranes had flown so low over him that even his weak eyes had the birds turn off can. "
8) The farmers did now like every year the potatoes out.
8) “There was a vegetable garden by the next house. A young girl made weed out, …“
9) He has to do this with his conscience turn off.
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. make off; you make off; he she it matters
Simple past: I. made off
Participle II: turned off
Subjunctive II: i made off
Imperative: singular turn off!; Plural matters!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • English: 1) put out, turn off, switch off; 2) agree on, arrange, conclude, stipulate; 4) constitute, make; 5) aggregate, amount, represent; 6) bother, mind; 7) detect, locate, make out, perceive, recognize, recognize, spot; 8) take out; 9) settle, sort out
  • Finnish: 1) sammuttaa
  • French: 1) éteindre; 2) convenir, se mettre d'accord
  • Italian: 1) spegnere; 2) accordarsi (mettersi d'accordo su); 3) fare l'ultima mossa del gioco; 7) scorgere, riconoscere
  • Catalan: 1) apagar; 2) acordar, quedar en; 4) formar part, integrar, constituir; 6) importar, no ser problema; 7) distingir, localitzar, detectar; 8) arrencar, collir
    • Bokmål: 1) slukke; utgjøre
  • Plautdietsch: 1) utmoaken
  • Polish: 1) wyłączać, wyłączyć, gasić, zgasić; 2) uzgadniać, uzgodnić, ustalać, ustalić; 3) zakończyć; 4) być główną istotą; 5) wynosić; 6) przeszkadzać; 7) rozpoznać
  • Swedish: 1) släcka (lamp, candle, etc.), stänga av; 2) bestämma, comma överens om; 3) avsluta, göra slut; 4) utgöras av, bestå i; utgöra; 5) bestå av; 6) spela roll, göra; 7) urskilja; 8) ta upp
  • Spanish: 1) apagar; 2) acordar; 5) representar
  • Berlinisch:
  • Thuringian-Upper Saxon:
  • Bavarian:
  • Erzgebirge: 1) ausrickn

Similar words (German):open up, laugh at you

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Looking for that special bargain. VfL would still like to sign a player who can make the difference turn off can.
BILD.de, July 11, 2019

During the government meeting, Chancellor Kurz announced that the tax would be three percent of online advertising sales turn off should.
DiePresse.com, January 10, 2019

How much media coverage on a topic turn off can, shows a contribution from Stern-TV zu Chemnitz. Depending on what you focus on, the picture changes to this or that side.
Epoch Times, September 7, 2018

In Champagne it is slowly getting too warm for the grapes that make the world-famous sparkling wine turn off - that's why the winemakers look for fields across the English Channel in Kent. Because the soil conditions there are similar.
manager-magazin.de, September 4th, 2018

The French sociologist Emmanuel Todd on different family systems, how they shape values, norms and mentalities, how they shape national differences turn off and make a common Europe difficult.
Frankfurter Rundschau online, November 15, 2018

What feed and love everything turn off can.
BuzzFeed, February 05, 2020

Researchers have developed a technique that they say will better automate opinion robots on Twitter turn off can than previous methods.
heise online, April 22, 2020

In a short essay as early as 1995, Umberto Eco described briefly and precisely the characteristics of 'eternal fascism' turn off - his analysis still applies today.
Spiegel Online, March 02, 2020

Not much is known about the plot of the upcoming Batman film starring Robert Pattinson. Now the cameraman has spoken about what is the emotional core of the story turn off could.
moviepilot.de, July 07, 2020

Sometimes it's the little things that make a big difference turn off can. At the Lüner Christmas market, it is the creative huts that make the offerings individual.
RuhrNachrichten.de, November 29, 2019

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / conjugations

Ausmachen Inflection - The conjugation of the verb ausmachen

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativei turn offyou turn offhe / she / it matterswe make offyou matterthey matter
Present Subjunctive I.i turn offyou turn offhe / she / it matterwe make offyou make offthey matter
Past tense indicativei turned offyou made outhe / she / it matteredwe made outyou made upthey mattered
Past tense subjunctive IIi turned offyou made outhe / she / it matteredwe made outyou made upthey mattered
Perfect indicativeI made it outyou made it uphe / she / it has matteredwe have agreedyou made it upthey made it out
Perfect subjunctive I.I have made it outyou have agreedhe / she / it made it outwe have agreedyou have agreedthey made it out
Past perfect indicativeI had made it outyou had agreedhe / she / it had settledwe had agreedyou had agreedthey had decided
Past perfect subjunctive III would have made it outyou would have agreedhe / she / it would have matteredwe would have agreedyou would have agreedthey would have made it
Future I indicativei will make outyou will make outhe / she / it will matterwe will make outyou will make outthey will matter
Future tense I subjunctivei will make outyou will matterhe / she / it will matterwe will make outyou will make outthey will matter
Future tense I subjunctive III would make outyou would make outhe / she / it would matterwe would matteryou would make outthey would matter
Future tense II indicativeI will have made it outyou will have made it outhe / she / it will have settledwe will have settledyou will have decidedthey will have made out
Future tense II subjunctive II will have made it outyou will have made it outhe / she / it will have settledwe will have settledyou will have decidedthey will have made out
Future II subjunctive III would have made it outyou would have made outhe / she / it would have matteredwe would have settledyou would have made outthey would have made out

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • to track down (of a thing)
  • to find out (coll.)
  • discover: transitive, rarely: throwing back a blanket (for example on a bed); setting a table or a blackboard; Card game show all those present or fellow players the cards; Transitive: clarify, put the facts on the table, point out something unpleasant, a mistake or background
  • enlighten: trans. bring the truth to light about something unexplained; refl. of facts: stop being unexplained; trans. informing someone who is ignorant about something [mostly with the aim of being able to act accordingly in the future]; trans. inform [a young person] about interpersonal sexuality; to cheer up, to be clear
  • locate: find out where someone or something is
  • detect: technical find out / discover something through intensive search (usually with the help of a device)
  • discover: to find someone or something for the first time, to find out; reflexive: revealing oneself to someone
  • detect
  • determine: find out something through research; calculate something; conduct investigations into a criminal case
  • elicit (go., educational language): trans., elevated: find out something through thorough research; bring something in experience; trans., regional: find someone
  • moor: Secure things from falling off, sliding down, blowing away and so on; attach; transfer seriously agree; transferred mentally into a (causal) context; secure with ropes from abortion
  • determine: determine a situation and also: provide information about the status; become aware of a state of affairs; to fasten something in one position
  • find out: to find out, to hear, to gain knowledge
  • identify: unambiguously recognize, recognize, identify something or someone; to equate something or someone with something or someone else, to bring them into agreement
  • to state (go.): establish a fact, notice
  • see: perceive actively and passively through the sensory organ 'eye'; detect transferred
  • locate: trans. determine a location; assign a place in a reference system
  • bring to the day: make visible, bring to the surface Further information in the entry:
  • bring to light: bring it to the surface, into the daylight or transfer it: discover / uncover something
  • (amount to)
  • to number (to)
  • be: represent, constitute, comprise a value, a numerical quantity, an amount of money; reflexive: to do justice to certain norms of behavior, customs and etiquette, to keep them
  • surrender: to have as a result, to have as a result
  • press (the) off button
  • operate (the) on-off switch (literally)
  • turn off
  • switch off: Transitive: put a device or a system out of operation, de-energize it; intransitive, colloquial, transferred: losing concentration, not being on the matter, being inattentive; intransitive, colloquial, transferred: for a certain time not thinking about stressful, professional, worried, negative things
  • Off: Object: put it down and place it on a surface; Behavior: ensuring that an action is not taken; technical device: terminate the active state and put it out of operation; Park vehicle; Employees: release from their usual work and assign them to another task; relate to something or someone, align with it
  • switch off
  • turn off: end the function of a device by interrupting the power supply; incapacitate someone (in hardship: kill)
  • to pull the plug (coll.)
  • include: grasp something, embrace, surround
  • Mark out: make a mark by inserting a pointed object into the medium to be measured; take off something infected
  • draw off
  • sound out: determine the water depth (originally with a plumb bob); determine the vertical (originally with a plumb line); fathom something
  • determine: set, for example, a price, a duration, a scope; decide, order, exercise power over someone or something; Botany, zoology: determining the exact species of a plant or animal; determine or specify scientifically using scientific methods; to shape, to be significantly involved in the outward appearance; envision, set as a goal or select for a task or a career; cause someone to do something
  • detect
  • determine: determine a situation and also: provide information about the status; become aware of a state of affairs; to fasten something in one position
  • find out: to find out, to hear, to gain knowledge
  • locate: transitive: navigation: identify the location (or origin) of something
  • circumscribe: act as a separation (boundary), define within boundaries

Another word (synonym) for make out - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "ausmachen":

love: ... was my first love. Saying / idioms: 1) do not harm love - do not mind 1) cover something with the cloak of love 1) be able to eat someone for love 1) ...

do: ... Verbs: agree, do everything, make old, turn on, make poor, open, dismantle, make up, add, make known, make ready, prepare, make conscious, turn blue ...

make a pact: ... conclude, enter into synonyms: 1) agree, conclude, allied, accept, join, make up, condition, enclose, seal, confirm, haggle, stipulate ...

hire: switch off, switch off, switch off, switch off, switch off 10) clench your teeth Examples of use: 1) You have to position the ladder correctly

to book: ... IPA: [ˈtsuː ˈˈbuːxə ˈʃlaːɡŋ̍, -ɡən] Word meaning / definition: 1) make something up, be significant 2) add something, assign something to someone (especially balances) ...


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making out (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: aus | ma | chend Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈaʊ̯sˌmaxn̩t]…

determining (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: aus | ma | chen | de Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

determining (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: aus | mach | chen | dem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

determining (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: aus | mach | chen | the pronunciation / stress: IPA:…

more decisive (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: aus | mach | chen | the pronunciation / stress: IPA:…

decisive (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: aus | mach | chen | des Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

make out (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: aus | ma | chest Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈaʊ̯sˌmaχəst]…

made up (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: aus | ma | chet Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈaʊ̯sˌmaxət]…

matter (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: aus | machst Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈaʊ̯sˌmaχst]…