make out (4)
This page is about the phrasal verb make out (4).
Meaning: to create a false idea or image of someone or something
- make sb/sth out to be sth Britney thinks the media made her out to be a bit crazy in order to sell more newspapers.
- be made out to be sth Some people say the threat from certain countries has been made out to be much more serious than it really is.
The advertisement was deceptive. It made the apartments out to be
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Contributor: Matt Errey