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English definition of “make for something”

make for something

phrasal verb (CREATE)
to be one thing, or the most important thing, that causes something: Everyone agreed that filming inside a chocolate factory would make for good television.
(Definition of make for something phrasal verb (CREATE) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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