make the most of (something)
to use something to one's greatest advantage
The woman made the most of her time in Europe and visited many art galleries.

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  • make the scene
  • make time for (someone or something)
  • make time with (someone)
  • make up (something - a story or an excuse)
  • make up (something)
  • make up (something) or make (something) up
  • make up (something/money/time)
  • make up (with someone)
  • make up for (something)
  • make up for lost time
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  • make eyes at (someone)
  • lay one's hands on (someone)
  • every cloud has a silver lining
  • get on the good side of (someone)
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  • cool down
  • keep a tight rein on (someone or something)
  • keep out of (somewhere) or keep (someone or something) out of (somewhere)
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