make sth out


make sth out
UK US make sth out
Phrasal Verb with make({{}}/meɪk/ verb [T] (made, made)
to write the necessary details on a form, cheque, etc.: »

She made a check out to the company for $3,000.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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