||hurry, move quickly, vamoose
||We better make tracks or we'll be late for dinner.
||cause a fight, don't make waves
||Don't make trouble, eh. Don't start an argument or a fight.
||He likes to make up stories - you know, fiction.
||be friends again, come together again
||John and Marsha fight, but they always kiss and make up.
|make up for
||Please let me make up for my mistake. Let me help you.
|make up your mind
||If you will make up your mind, we can order our dinner.
||fight with troops and planes and bombs
||To make war is to be greedy or insane - or both.
||(See don't make waves)
||move off the path, move to the side, make room
||If the leader wants your seat in parliament, you make way for her.
You give her your seat.
||kiss and hug, get it on, make love
||Tony and Victoria were making whoopee when we walked in.