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Idioms And Phrase With M

To make the most of – To take the best advantage

We should make the most of our life.

 

Man of letter (a learned person)

Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was a man of letter.

 

To make up

They have made up their quarrel.

Let us make up all the differences.

You cannot make up for the loss

She has made up her deficiency in chemistry.

 

To make up one’s mind

I have made up my mind to work hard in future.

 

To make both ends met

It is very difficult for the poor to make both ends met in a low income.

 

To make the most of

You should make the most of this opportunity.

 

To make a mess

He has made a mess of my books.

 

To make out:

I cannot make out the meaning of your statement.

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