|make mincemeat of
||defeat badly, demolish, blow them away
||The heavyweight champ made mincemeat of the young boxer.
||work for wages, earn a profit
||You can make money in real estate. You buy low, sell high.
|make my day
||do something to help me enjoy this day
||Go ahead, kiss me, and make my day!
|make myself clear
||say it clearly, say it so you understand
||Her sister said, "Do not wear my clothes. Do I make myself clear?"
|make no bones about it
||admit it, speak openly about it
||She's in love with her student. She makes no bones about it.
|make of it
||know what it is, identify it, make sense of it
||Do you see that bright light in the sky? What do you make of it?
|make off with
||take away, take without permission
||The boys made off with his toys. They took all his cars and trucks.
||do, finish, end up
||How did you make out when you played the Rebels? Did you win?
||kiss and hug, get it on, make whoopee
||Keith and Dawn were making out in the back seat of the car.
||create a space, move over, out of the way
||Please make room so Miss Munroe can walk to her car. Move, please.