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Answer for the clue "Make", 6 letters:
render

Alternative clues for the word render

Hand over

Provide

Perform

Melt down, as fat

Make available

Furnish

Give, as an apology

Deliver, as a song

Melt down

Process blubber

Hand down or melt down

"___ therefore unto Caesar . . . "

Interpret

Cause to become

Tear apart

Submit

Give, as aid

Word definitions for render in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
verb COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES make/render/leave sb sterile ▪ Radiotherapy has left her permanently sterile. render sth impossible formal (= make something impossible ) ▪ The large number of prison guards rendered any escape impossible. render sth...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Render \Ren"der\, v. i. To give an account; to make explanation or confession. (Naut.) To pass; to run; -- said of the passage of a rope through a block, eyelet, etc.; as, a rope renders well, that is, passes freely; also, to yield or give way. --Totten.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 alt. (context transitive English) To cause to become. n. 1 A substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls. 2 (context computer graphics English) An image produced by rendering a model. 3 (context obsolete English) A surrender....

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "repeat, say again," from Old French rendre "give back, present, yield" (10c.), from Vulgar Latin *rendere (formed by dissimilation or on analogy of its antonym, prendre "to take"), from Latin reddere "give back, return, restore," from red- "back"...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Render , rendered , or rendering may refer to:

Usage examples of render.

They may opine that I have been an abettor of treason, that I have attempted to circumvent the ends of justice, and that I may have impersonated you in order to render possible your escape.

This illustration is not intended to apply to the older bridges with widely distended masses, which render each pier sufficient to abut the arches springing from it, but tend, in providing for a way over the river, to choke up the way by the river itself, or to compel the river either to throw down the structure or else to destroy its own banks.

If the lead is present as sulphate in sodic acetate solution, it is well to render it distinctly alkaline with ammonia.

The determination is rendered sharper and less liable to error by the addition of a few drops of acetic acid to convert the chromate into bichromate.

In solutions rendered faintly acid with acetic acid, they give a yellow precipitate with bichromate of potash.

He renders the name, Adodus: but we know, for certain, that it was expressed Adad, or Adadus, in Edom, Syria, and Canaan.

And in the event, it has hitherto been found, that, though some sensible inconveniencies arise from the maxim of adhering strictly to law, yet the advantages overbalance them, and should render the English grateful to the memory of their ancestors, who, after repeated contests, at last established that noble, though dangerous principle.

With respect to any financial plans for the present year, the chancellor stated he should reserve to himself the power of adopting that which the situation of public affairs rendered most expedient.

Camden, where rehearsals of adulthood were rendered miniature by a compression of time and space.

With a loss of some two hundred men the leading regiments succeeded in reaching Colenso, and the West Surrey, advancing by rushes of fifty yards at a time, had established itself in the station, but a catastrophe had occurred at an earlier hour to the artillery which was supporting it which rendered all further advance impossible.

The nostrums advertised extensively over the country as specifics for this disease, while they may, in some instances, prevent the attacks for a short time, irritate the stomach, impair digestion, lower vitality, and permanently injure the system, often rendering the disease incurable.

We cannot, In conclusion, too strongly condemn the general resort to strong diuretics so often prescribed by physicians for all forms of renal maladies, but which, by over-stimulating the already weak and delicate kidneys, only aggravate and render incurable thousands of cases annually.

The apprehension of a revolt had inspired the most rigorous precautions: oppression had been aggravated by insult, and the consciousness of the public hatred had been productive of every measure that could render it still more implacable.

We have seen that leaves immersed for some hours in dense solutions of sugar, gum, and starch, have the contents of their cells greatly aggregated, and are rendered more or less flaccid, with the tentacles irregularly contorted.

But she saw the veil he had spread over his resentment, and, his assumed tranquillity only alarming her more, she urged, at length, the impolicy of forcing an interview with Montoni, and of taking any measure, which might render their separation irremediable.