make+much+of

  • 121 make something seem like a picnic — make (something) seem like a picnic if a difficult experience makes another experience seem like a picnic, it makes it seem very easy because it is much more difficult. University makes school seem like a picnic …

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  • 122 make seem like a picnic — make (something) seem like a picnic if a difficult experience makes another experience seem like a picnic, it makes it seem very easy because it is much more difficult. University makes school seem like a picnic …

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  • 123 make a pass at someone — make a pass at (someone) to act toward someone in a way that shows a sexual interest in them. It seems as if those boys can t think of much more than fast cars and making passes at girls …

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  • 124 make a pass at — (someone) to act toward someone in a way that shows a sexual interest in them. It seems as if those boys can t think of much more than fast cars and making passes at girls …

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  • 125 make a pig of yourself — make a pig of (yourself) informal to eat too much. I made a real pig of myself at Christmas so I m on a diet again …

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  • 126 make a pig of — (yourself) informal to eat too much. I made a real pig of myself at Christmas so I m on a diet again …

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  • 127 make an ass of yourself — make an ass of (yourself) to behave in a silly way. Simon drank too much and made a complete ass of himself at the party …

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  • 128 make an ass of — (yourself) to behave in a silly way. Simon drank too much and made a complete ass of himself at the party …

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  • 129 make a pig of yourself — informal phrase to eat far too much food at one time Thesaurus: to eat a lot or too muchsynonym Main entry: pig …

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  • 130 make a fuss of somebody — make a fuss of/over sb idiom to pay a lot of attention to sb, usually to show how much you like them • They made a great fuss of the baby. • The dog loves being made a fuss of. Main entry: ↑fussidiom …

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  • 131 make a fuss over somebody — make a fuss of/over sb idiom to pay a lot of attention to sb, usually to show how much you like them • They made a great fuss of the baby. • The dog loves being made a fuss of. Main entry: ↑fussidiom …

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  • 132 make great play of something — make great/much ˈplay of sth idiom to emphasize the importance of a particular fact • He made great play of the fact that his uncle was a duke. Main entry: ↑playidiom …

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  • 133 make — 1 verb past tense and past participle made, PRODUCE STH 1 (T) to produce something by working: I m going to make a cake for Sam s birthday. | Did you make that dress yourself? | a car made in Japan | They re making a documentary about the Civil… …

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  • 134 Make Room for Lisa — The Simpsons episode Episode no. 219 Prod. code AABF12 Or …

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  • 135 much */*/*/ — UK [mʌtʃ] / US adverb, determiner, pronoun Word forms much : comparative more UK [mɔː(r)] / US [mɔr] superlative most UK [məʊst] / US [moʊst] Summary: Much can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by an uncountable noun):… …

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  • 136 Much Ado About Nothing — For other uses, see Much Ado About Nothing (disambiguation). Facsimile of the title page of the quarto version of Much adoe about Nothing Much Ado About Nothing is a comedy written by William Shakespeare about two pairs of lovers, Benedick and… …

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  • 137 make — I [[t]me͟ɪk[/t]] CARRYING OUT AN ACTION ♦ makes, making, made (Make is used in a large number of expressions which are explained under other words in this dictionary. For example, the expression to make sense is explained at sense .) 1) VERB You… …

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  • 138 make — I UK [meɪk] / US verb Word forms make : present tense I/you/we/they make he/she/it makes present participle making past tense made UK [meɪd] / US past participle made *** Get it right: make: When make means to cause or force someone to do… …

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  • 139 make*/*/*/ — [meɪk] (past tense and past participle made [meɪd] ) verb I 1) [T] to create or produce something The nail made a hole in my shirt.[/ex] Jane was making coffee.[/ex] This furniture is made in South America.[/ex] a bowl made of… …

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  • 140 Make a mountain out of a molehill — Making a mountain out of a molehill is an idiom referring to over reactive, histrionic behaviour where a person makes too much of a minor issue. Metaphor The idiom is a metaphor for the common behaviour of responding disproportionately to… …

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