make sureAnd he would make sure that they got it!
make upI wished you'd make up your mind.
able to makeOh aye, I like, I like getting something that's a bit of a mess and being able to make a job of it and
use to make
want to makeAnd she didn't, couldn't at that moment conceive of any reason, however remote, why he would want to make love to her.
go to makeThe most obvious questions have to do with the elements or components of the curriculum: the things that go to make it up (see Figure 1.1).
make the mostAll meals and a special Golf Hotel programme to make sure you make the most of Christmas
make love‘Do you make love with him?’
make senseDoes that make sense?
how to makeHe appointed a manager, Brian Little, who knew how to make a team play.
must makePerhaps we must make similar choices.
make useIt is still at work, producing animal feed and, unlike many others, continues to make use of water power.
make it upThen, his mouth muffled against her sweet-smelling hair, he went on softly, ‘Don't be too disappointed; I'll make it up to you.
i could make
wish to makeBut Lily, suddenly desperate to go, had argued: ‘They wish to make amends for this morning — they must be allowed…’
try to makeAlternatively, if you're keen to sail the club will try to make arrangements for you to go out with a club member.
do not make
make a decisionAt this point the school had to make a decision about the priority which this activity was to be given in the school's development.