haciendo-making: meaning, definitions and translations
What is haciendo? haciendo is making
What is making?
With the pron. neutral lo, perform the action of a verb already enunciated:-will you bring me the book tonight?-I will do it without fail.
Arrange, carry out: we will hold a banquet for the wedding.
Transform, convert: disappointments have made him resentful.
Fit, contain or equal to a quantity: four glasses make one liter; two and two make four.
Coupled with certain names, it expresses the action of its root: making nonsense is
Suppose, believe: I made you in London.
Represent a play, cinematographic, etc.: they make
Exercise limbs, muscles, etc., to encourage their development: making legs, biceps.
Reduce one thing to what the names you're attached to mean: tearing to pieces.
Provide, supply, facilitate. More c. prnl.♦ Is built with preps. with or from: he took the most votes.
Forcing the action that means the infinitive or subordinate sentence that follows: it brought him here; made us go.
Habituar, get used to it. Also prnl.: the new work was done soon.
Playing a role: He will play Don Juan in the play.
Intr. Acting, acting, proceeding: it's good not to come.
Matter, agree: that date doesn't make me.
With some names of trades, professions, etc., exercise them, ♦ It is built with the prep. of: he's a prosecutor.
To ensure that the actions that mean the infinitives that follow it happen, ♦ It is built with the prep. by: do to come.
Appear.♦ It is usually used followed by the adv. as: it pretends that it does not care.
prnl. Grow, increase, develop to reach the state of perfection that every thing has to have: it grew older.
Turning, transforming: he became a millionaire.
intr. impers. Pretend, pretend: play dumb.
Experience good or bad weather: it is hot, cold, good morning.