wettmachen

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Etymology[edit]

wett (quits, even (archaic)) +‎ machen (make)

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  • IPA(key): /ˈvɛtˌmaχn̩/
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  • Hyphenation: wett‧ma‧chen

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wettmachen (third-person singular simple present macht wett, past tense machte wett, past participle wettgemacht, auxiliary haben)

  1. to make up for, to make good
    Den Verlust hat er innerhalb weniger Tage wettgemacht.
    He made up for the losses within a few days.

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