- cause to happen or to occur as a consequence
Microcomputers have been used for forecasting tidal forces, making it possible for the generators to operate in optimum conditions.
"I have called the armed forces to alert, and there is a reason. The hour is coming when America will act, and you will make us proud."
"Subject to subsections (3) and (4), before making an order for forfeiture of any article or thing under section 40 --"
"It will stick to the policy of making active, rational and effective use of foreign capital."
"Make me thy lyre, even as the forest is: What if my leaves are falling like its own! The tumult of thy mighty harmonies"
"In addition to the print and electronic media, forums online provide effective ways to make one's voice heard."
I have an idea, which I will explain by and by, of making an exception to the usual form of accusation
&amp;quot;Six times seven makes forty-two,&amp;quot; said the Thenardier
It is , however, possible to use models to make forecasts about future developments.
Besides, he's a bit of a backbiter, and he'd give us a bad name and make things awkward for us if we tried to force something out of him