to manage with whatever is available
to be successful in doing something
If you ask a person what they make of something, you want to know what their impression, opinion, or understanding of it is.
The people or things that make up something are the members or parts that form that thing.
to depart in haste
If someone who has been arrested makes bail, or if another person makes bail for them, the arrested person is released on bail.
to be so bold as ( to ); dare
to make or accept a bet or bets
to ogle amorously
If you make for a place, you move towards it.
If you make good some damage, a loss, or a debt, you try to repair the damage, replace what has been lost, or repay the debt.
to mow grass, alfalfa, etc., and spread it out to dry
to make progress
When two people make love, they have sex .
to do something that is apt to be reported as news
to try to be friendly or cooperative
If you make off, you leave somewhere as quickly as possible, often in order to escape .
If you make something out, you manage with difficulty to see or hear it.
If you make something over to someone, you legally transfer the ownership of it to them.
to run up the sail or to run up more sail
If you make sure that something is done, you take action so that it is done.
to talk idly, as in an effort to pass time
to find an opportunity
If one person or thing makes way for another, the first is replaced by the second.
to proceed with the doing, showing, etc, of
(designating) a job, project, or assignment that serves no useful purpose other than to give an otherwise idle or unemployed person something to do
to make according to the specifications of an individual buyer
to set off in pursuit of; chase
If you make amends when you have harmed someone, you show that you are sorry by doing something to please them.
If you make change, you give someone smaller notes, bills, or coins, in exchange for the same value of larger ones.
If someone is told to make haste, they are told to do something quickly and not waste time.
If people make merry, they enjoy themselves and have fun, for example by singing, dancing, and drinking together.
If you make money, you obtain money by earning it or by making a profit .
Music is the pattern of sounds produced by people singing or playing instruments.
to talk about something in a vague or indirect way
to bring hostilities to an end
the process of preparing the forme and the cylinder or platen packing to achieve the correct impression all over the forme
If something makes sense, you can understand it.
to manage or do the best one can ( with whatever means are at hand )
If you make tracks, you leave the place where you are, especially when you are in a hurry .
(of a boat, hull, etc) to let in water
to disturb a situation by changing things or by challenging the way things are done, often in a way that improves the situation
If someone tailor-makes something for you, they make or design it to suit your requirements.
make a hit:
If you make a hit with someone, they like you or are impressed by you when they meet you.
make as if:
to behave as if
If someone is living in a make-believe world, they are pretending that things are better, different, or more exciting than they really are instead of facing up to reality .
If you make certain that something is the way you want or expect it to be, you take action to ensure that it is.
If someone or something makes demands on you, they require you to do things which need a lot of time, energy, or money.
to become friendly (with)