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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 one's blood boil to provoke anger or resentment.
make one's blood curdle to frighten greatly; terrify. (See bloodcurdling.)
make one's blood run cold to make one terrified.
make one's gorge rise to cause someone to be revolted or disgusted.
make one's hair stand on end to strike with terror or fear.
makeover changes made to one's appearance, by means of cosmetics, hairstyling, new clothes, and the like, that lend one an improved appearance or new image. [2 definitions]
maker someone or something that makes. [2 definitions]
make sail to set up the sails or change their number or direction to catch the wind's force better.
make sense to show or be supported by reason and clear thinking.
makeshift a temporary or improvised arrangement. [2 definitions]
make sure to establish (something) as certain, or to make oneself certain with regard to something.
make ten in mathematics education, to add or subtract numbers to make the number ten.
make the grade to achieve success by reaching a desired goal; succeed.
make the rounds to go from one place to another in a succession of encounters or visits, as in seeing friends or looking for work.