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made

[meyd]
verb
1.
simple past tense and past participle of make.
adjective
2.
produced by making, preparing, etc., in a particular way (often used in combination): well-made garments.
3.
artificially produced: made fur.
4.
invented or made-up: to tell made stories about oneself.
5.
prepared, especially from several ingredients: a made dish.
6.
assured of success or fortune: a made man.
Idioms
7.
have it made, Informal.
a.
to be assured or confident of success: With a straight A average he's got it made.
b.
to have achieved success, especially wealth, status, or the like.

half-made, adjective
undermade, adjective

made, maid.
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made (meɪd)
 
vb
1.  the past tense and past participle of make
 
adj
2.  artificially produced
3.  (in combination) produced or shaped as specified: handmade
4.  informal get it made, have it made to be assured of success
5.  made of money very rich

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made
late 14c., from M.E. maked, from O.E. macod "made," pp. of macian "to make" (see make). To be a made man is in Marlowe's "Faust" (1590). To have it made (1955) is Amer.Eng. colloquial.
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