How would you rephrase this as into a smart sentence - "He made it work."?
- AndrewLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
Totally depends on the context. It could be rendered as "He fixed it", if the semantic meaning of "made it work" is "repaired." It could also be rendered as "He managed to do it", if the semantic meaning of "made it work" is "to accomplish something that wasn't easy." Without knowing the intended meaning, it's impossible to suggest an ideal re-wording.
- pianomanLv 710 months ago
What is a "smart sentence"? He made it work is sufficient. Try using a thesaurus.
- Anonymous10 months ago
"He made it work." What in the bloody fcuking hell is wrong with "He made it work"? Are you on fcuking drugs?
- MikeLv 710 months ago
He effected its functionality.
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- bluebellbkkLv 710 months ago
I don't know what you mean by a 'smart' sentence. Is this something to do with AI? Or do you simply mean you want a more formal version? Longer words don't make a sentence 'smart'.
- 10 months ago
"The work was made by him".
"He's done it."