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English definition of “make a day/night/evening/weekend of it”

make a day/night/evening/weekend of it

to make an activity longer or combine a series of activities so that they last for the whole of that particular period of time: Let's make an evening of it and catch the last train home. We don't get out often so we thought we'd make a day of it.
(Definition of make a day/night/evening/weekend of it from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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