Learn how to say Make-Out correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word make out:
(transitive) to discern or perceive ⇒ can you make out that house in the distance?
(transitive) to understand or comprehend ⇒ I can’t make out this letter
(transitive) to write out ⇒ he made out a cheque
(transitive) to attempt to establish or prove ⇒ he made me out to be a liar
(intransitive) to pretend ⇒ he made out that he could cook
(intransitive) to manage or fare ⇒ how did you make out in the contest?
(intransitive) often foll by with (informal, mainly US & Canadian) to engage in necking or petting ⇒ Alan is making out with Jane