||go or come, attend
||Can you make it tonight? Can you come to the meeting?
|make it better
||improve it, help it
||When a child is hurt, sympathy will help to make it better.
|make it big
||succeed, be one of the best
||Roch made it big as a singer. He's very successful.
|make it snappy
||be quick, hurry up
||I'll have a Coke, please, and make it snappy!
|make it worse
||hinder, cause it to be worse
||Stepping on the brakes will only make it worse. The car will skid.
|make light of
||make a joke about, make fun of
||I was hurt when you made light of my poem. You laughed at it.
||embrace in a loving way and have intercourse
||I can't describe how I feel when we make love. It's breathtaking!
|make me do it
||cause me to act, force me to do it
||I didn't want to steal the watch. The devil made me do it.
|make me sick/mad etc.
||cause me to feel sick or mad etc.
||It makes me sick the way he talks about war all the time.
||talk about, bring up
||No one made mention of his research - not one word!