make with the (something)(redirected from makes with)
make with the (something)
To produce or deliver something right then and there. Said especially in a threatening manner when someone is trying to withhold something. I've got your money, now make with the dope! Make with the names, or I'll knock your teeth out.
make something with something
to make something out of something. I will make the cake with margarine rather than butter. Can you make our coffee with spring water, please?
make with something
Sl. to deliver something. Come on, make with the stuff you promised! Make with the information, Max, or you will stay in jail even longer! Come on, make with the cash. I want to know. Come on, make with the answers!
Use, concern oneself with, as in Why are you making with that strange outfit? or Let's go-make with the feet! This expression is a translation of the Yiddish mach mit. [Slang; first half of 1900s]
To put forth something; produce something: Our teacher is always making with the jokes.