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make a mountain out of a molehill to imagine something to be much more significant or more of a problem than it really is.
make a spectacle of oneself to behave disreputably or foolishly in public.
make-believe invention; pretending. [2 definitions]
make believe to pretend or imagine.
make both ends meet to make enough money to pay for essential things.
make do to manage, despite insufficiencies or adversity.
make ends meet to make enough money to pay for essential things.
make eyes at to look at with longing; flirt.
make for to move hurriedly toward a certain goal.
make friends to enter into a friendship or friendships (often fol. by "with").
make fun of to make (a person or thing) the object of ridicule.
make good to carry out successfully or as promised. [2 definitions]
make good time to travel at a very desirable pace.
make haste to act or move rapidly.
make hay while the sun shines to take advantage of an opportunity or get necessary work done while conditions are favorable.
make it to do well; succeed. [2 definitions]
make light of to treat as or consider trivial or unimportant.
make mincemeat of to defeat utterly; destroy.
make much of to treat as or consider important or valuable.
make no bones about to speak of in a direct and open manner; be frank about.
make no difference to not matter, or to not have any impact or cause any change.