||use whatever you can find, substitute, jury-rig
||When our kids don't have toys, they make do with pots and pans.
|make ends meet
||pay the bills, have enough to pay the expenses
||Although the Millers are poor, they make ends meet.
|make every effort
||do everything possible, bend over backwards
||Our employees make every effort to please our customers.
||(See make a face)
||act in a friendly way, become a friend of
||Sally makes friends easily. People seem to like her.
|make fun of
||tease, laugh at, poke fun at
||Ko is angry because you made fun of him. You teased him.
||do as promised, follow through
||When I get paid, I'll make good my promise to buy you dinner.
|make good time
||travel quickly, not be delayed, not lose time
||Driving to Saskatoon, we made good time. It took only five hours.
|make hay while the sun shines
||work while the weather is good, work while we have time and helpers
||There's a demand for our product, and we have a large stock. Let's make hay while the sun shines!
||progress, get ahead
||With Freda's help, we made headway. We learned to write.