||appear to be logical or sensible
||Renting a car makes sense to me - if it's not too expensive.
|make sense of it
||understand it, fathom it, see how it happened
||He is my father, but I am not his son. Can you make sense of it?
|make something of it
||(See want to make something of it)
|make something of yourself
||be successful, be respected for your skill and honesty
||I want to choose an occupation and make something of myself.
||be afraid of a stranger, cry when a stranger comes
||Ali makes strange when we have visitors. He cries and tries to hide.
||be certain, check carefully
||Make sure you mail the letter. It must be sent today.
|make the bed
||arrange the sheets and blankets on a bed
||Please make the bed before you eat breakfast.
|make the grade
||do acceptable work, measure up
||To make the grade, you have to complete the training program.
|make the most of it
||do the best you can, seize the opportunity
||When you speak, make the most of it. Persuade them not to fight.
|make the team
||become a member of the team
||Paul will make the soccer team. The coach will choose him.