1. to see/hear/understand 2. to pretend 3.succeed in something 4. to write cheque 5. to kiss someone passionately
1. It was too noisy in the room and I couldn't make out what my uncle was saying. 2. People don't want to be made out as fools. 3. How is your grandma making out in the village? 4. Could you, please, make the cheque out to Mr. Willson? 5. Old films were censored, but sometimes actors had to make out.