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"make time" in American English

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make time

to be ​certain there is enough ​time: I ​try to make ​time to ​runtwice a ​week.
(Definition of make time from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"make time" in British English

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make time

C1 to make ​certain you have some ​time when you are not ​busy in ​order to do something you ​think you should do: It's ​important to make ​time to ​read toyourchildren. In a ​relationship you have to make ​time for each other.
(Definition of make time from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “make time”
in Chinese (Simplified) 腾出时间…
in Chinese (Traditional) 騰出時間…
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