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English definition of “make sense”

make sense

to be clear and easy to understand: This last paragraph doesn’t make any sense. makes sense Someone who makes sense is reasonable or shows good judgment: Everything he said made sense – I'd definitely vote for him. It makes sense to pay off your debts before you start trying to save money.
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