make to

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from a calque of German mach zu (put to, shut, close).

Verb[edit]

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

  1. (ergative, regional or dialectal) To close or shut.
    Please make the door to.