make into

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VerbEdit

make into (third-person singular simple present makes into, present participle making into, simple past and past participle made into)

  1. To cause (the first object) to become (the second object); to change or transform.
    Basic training will make you into a man.
    The potion made him into a toad.
    I'll make a dry academic discipline into a living subject.

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