Phrasal verb MAKE (SOMETHING) UP

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    To make up something (or make something up) is to invent a story or excuse. This can be something written or said in order to deceive (a lie), or a story or game to entertain.

    Examples of use:

    1. He made up lies about me.
    2. The politician said that the newspaper reporter made up the information about her expenses claim.

    b) The children made up a wonderful game about dragons and kings and queens.

    e) It’s wrong to make up stories about people.


    infinitive make up
    present simple make up and makes up
    -ing form making up
    past simple made up
    past participle made up




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