Phrasal Verbs - The 7 Meanings of 'Make Out'

source: English Lessons with Alex  2013年12月11日

1. I can't make out what you're saying. (to hear or see)
2. I made the check out to the president. (to make a check payable)
3. Don't make out like you know the answer!  (to pretend)
4. How is your son making out at school? (to progress / do / perform)
5. I saw them making out at the party. (to kiss passionately)
6. I can't make out what it says on the bottom. (to decipher small details)
7. We can't make him out. (to understand someone's character)

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