Engage someone in talking purely for its own sake, make small talk, as in She had a real talent for making conversation with strangers. [ c. 1920 ]
- Make demands on
Urgently require something of someone, as in Her mother’s illness has made considerable demands on her time. [ Late 1300s ]
[meyk-doo] /ˈmeɪkˌdu/ noun, plural make-dos. 1. something that serves as a substitute, especially of an inferior or expedient nature: We had to get along with make-dos during the war. adjective 2. used as a substitute; makeshift: make-do curtains.
/ˌmakɛðɔˈnia/ noun 1. a transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Macedonia (sense 2)
A program from Carleton University, Ottawa that generates documentation for Objective C programs. It will also generate a class hierarchy diagram. The output format is similar to that used by StepStone.