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make sth/sb of sth/sb

verb uk phrasal verb with make   /meɪk/ (made, made) us  
C2 to have an impression or an understanding about something: Can you make anything of this information? What do you make of the new boss? (= What is your impression of her?) I don't know what to make of it.
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