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with object In representations of pidgin English: to make; specifically with dependent verb in simple infinitive form, indicating an active or causative use.
Early 18th century; earliest use found in Daniel Defoe (?1660–1731), writer and businessman. From Chinese Pidgin English makee from make + Chinese Pidgin English -ee, added (originally for euphony) to words (frequently verbs) ending in stop consonants.
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