The installed version is 4.1 and need to downgrade to 3.81. I searched apt for make 3.81, but I couldn't find it.
Rather than downgrading packages in your normal system, I'd strongly suggest handling this kind of thing using a chroot or a container. Those allow you to keep whatever you need to build a particular bit of software in its own semi-isolated environment so that it doesn't conflict with anything else.
You can use
schroot to manage chroots in such a way that they can access files in your home directory, which is convenient for ad-hoc development like this (for example, the Ubuntu SimpleSbuild wiki page explains how to set this up; you don't need
sbuild itself, but
sbuild-update are convenient ways to create and manage chroots.
sudo apt install lxd sudo lxd init sudo adduser $USER lxd
... then either restart your user session or use
newgrp lxd, then:
lxc launch ubuntu:14.04 android-build lxc exec android-build bash
... and you're off to the races. If you want to give the container access to your home directory, that's a bit more fiddly due to user namespacing, but possible.
You could add the sources.list lines for 14.04 to your sources.list file then use
apt update; apt install -t=trusty make