make up (something) or make (something) up
to make something by putting things or parts together
We made up a nice lunch for the picnic. A car is made up of many different parts.

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  • make up (something/money/time)
  • make up (with someone)
  • make up for (something)
  • make up for lost time
  • make up one's face
  • make up one's mind
  • make use of (someone or something)
  • make waves
  • make way for (someone or something)
  • man in the street
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  • live out of a suitcase
  • look up (something) or look (something) up
  • yellow journalism
  • lay one's hands on (someone)
  • make up (something - a story or an excuse)
  • pay dirt
  • turn one's stomach
  • set (someone's) teeth on edge
  • a hold-out
  • go cold turkey

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