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made

adjective \ˈmād\

—used to say that someone has the right qualities to be or to do something

—used to say that something has the right qualities for or to do something

: built, formed, or shaped in a specified way

Full Definition of MADE

1
a :  fictitious, invented <a made excuse>
b :  artificially produced
c :  put together of various ingredients <a made dish>
2
:  assured of success <a made man> —usually used in the phrase have it made
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Origin of MADE

Middle English, from past participle of maken to make
First Known Use: 14th century
MADE Defined for Kids

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Definition of MADE for Kids

past and past participle of make
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