make out (4)
This page is about the phrasal verb make out (4)
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.
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