make up for (something)
to compensate for a loss or mistake
We must work hard to make up for last year's poor sales.

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  • 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
  • man-about-town
  • man-to-man
  • many is the time
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  • slip out
  • get out of line
  • every nook and cranny
  • judge (someone or something) on its own merits
  • not know the first thing about (someone or something)
  • crop up
  • put down (something) or put (something) down
  • think much of (someone or something)
  • have to (do something)
  • one jump ahead of (someone or something)

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