Phrasal Verbs with "Make"
make for = 1. to have or produce (a particular effect or result): small details that make for comfort.
2. to help promote; further: makes for better communication.
make off = to depart in haste; run away.
make out = 1. to manage to see something through bad light, a telescope, etc: We could just make out a dark shape moving across the field.
2. to understand something: We couldn’t make out his handwriting.
3. to claim that you are someone that you aren’t or you can do something you can’t do: He made out that he could swim to the island but he couldn’t.
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