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make for somewhere/sth

phrasal verb with make uk   us   /meɪk/ verb (made, made)
B2 to go in the direction of a place or thing: They made for the centre of town.
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Translations of “make for somewhere/sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 走向, 向…前進…
in Chinese (Simplified) 走向, 朝…前进…
(Definition of make for somewhere/sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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