make good

make good
1) Общая лексика: обустроить, (on smth.) возместить (ex. "to make good on a loan/shortage"), (on smth.) восполнить, (on smth.) дополнить, выполнить обещание, добиться успеха, доказать, достичь цели, исполнять (желание), обосновать, сдержать слово, работать исправно (The road surface all the way through New Jersey was brutal with potholes, but the suspension was making good.), выполнять (обещанное), компенсировать (потерю), исправить
2) Строительство: исправлять
3) Железнодорожный термин: довести до стандарта, заделать
4) Юридический термин: устранение дефектов (в статье контракта об ответственности Поставщика)
5) Автомобильный термин: отремонтировать, починить
6) Металлургия: заделывать
7) Сленг: преуспеть, добиться успеха (особенно в бизнесе), добиться (чего-то обманом или использовав свои преимущества), "сделать" (кого-то)
8) Банковское дело: возмещать, восполнять, компенсировать
9) Деловая лексика: вознаграждать, выполнять обещание, делать успехи, преуспевать
10) Пословица: пойти далеко
11) Автоматика: ремонтировать
12) Контроль качества: приводить в порядок
13) Сахалин Р: дефицит
14) Фразеологизм: помириться (разг.)

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • make good — (also make it (big)) INFORMAL ► to become rich and successful: »After years of hard work, she finally made good. »Los Angeles is full of people who go there to make it big like the stars in Hollywood. Main Entry: ↑make …   Financial and business terms

  • make good — make (it) good American & Australian to become successful or to achieve something you want. The film s main character is a poor Mexican boy who made it good in Chicago. He ll make good, you ll see. He works hard and knows what he s after …   New idioms dictionary

  • make good on — (something) American & Australian, informal to give back money that you owe someone, or to keep a promise to do something. I want to make good on that loan I got from Joan. Tom made good on his promise to paint the living room …   New idioms dictionary

  • make good — (someone s something) to succeed in doing something difficult. She made good her escape from the hospital …   New idioms dictionary

  • make good (to) —  Make an adjustment or special allowance when a problem arises; a free repeat of an advertisement when there has been a mistake.  ► “They [global managers] seriously doubt the U.S. Treasury would fail to make good its interest payments on its… …   American business jargon

  • make good — ► make good 1) compensate for (loss, damage, or expense). 2) fulfil (a promise or claim). 3) be successful. Main Entry: ↑good …   English terms dictionary

  • make good — index fulfill, indemnify, keep (fulfill), pay, recoup (reimburse), redress, refund …   Law dictionary

  • make good — verb act as promised (Freq. 1) make good on promises • Hypernyms: ↑observe, ↑keep • Verb Frames: Somebody s something * * * phrasal : to make valid or complete …   Useful english dictionary

  • make good — {v. phr.} 1. To do what one promised to do; make something come true. * /Mr. Smith borrowed some money. He promised to pay it back on payday. He made good his promise./ * /Joe made good his boast to swim across the lake./ * /John s mother… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • make good — {v. phr.} 1. To do what one promised to do; make something come true. * /Mr. Smith borrowed some money. He promised to pay it back on payday. He made good his promise./ * /Joe made good his boast to swim across the lake./ * /John s mother… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • make\ good — v. phr. 1. To do what one promised to do; make something come true. Mr. Smith borrowed some money. He promised to pay it back on payday. He made good his promise. Joe made good his boast to swim across the lake. John s mother promised to take him …   Словарь американских идиом


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