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Thanks for signing.Make sport of : ridicule, mock it visibly grieved him when the rest of us made sport of our schoolmates Tobias Wolff make the grade : to measure up to some standard : be successful clever and energetic enough to make the grade.Get the Magazine, make : is the voice of the Maker Movement, empowering, inspiring, and connecting Makers worldwide to tinker and hack.Hurry to compensate for wasted time, as in They married late but hoped to make up for lost time, or We're behind in the schedule, and we'll just have to make up ground as best we can.2 : to treat with obvious affection or special consideration she had evidently enjoyed being made much of in Youngstown New Yorker make nice : to be deliberately and often insincerely polite and agreeable must make nice to politicians they cannot stand Ken Auletta make.Settle one's differences, reconcile, as in The two friends decided to kiss and make.Make sail 1 : to raise or spread sail 2 : to set out on a voyage The ship made sail at midnight.
B : to form and hold in the mind make no doubt of it 7a : to assemble and set alight the materials for (a fire) b : to set in order make beds c : prepare, fix make dinner d : to shuffle (a.
Also, make up ground.
This colloquial expression has largely replaced kiss and be friends, dating from the 1400s.