make up

1. to consist of 2. to invent 3. to prepare 4. to be friends again after disagreement


1. As statistics says, males in Russia make up less population than women do. 2. In her childhood Jane used to make up different funny stories and read them to her family. 3. After coming back home everything had already been made up for me: my room, my bed, my clothes, my meal. 4. Rick decided to make up with his friend, as life is too short to be enemies.