|MAKE FUN OF
||to make unkind jokes about someone
||The cruel children made fun of the man
walking with a limp.
||to find or grasp the meaning of
||The doctor's writing was terrible. The
nurse couldn't make out what he wrote.
||to complete a printed form
||Please make that check out to Kaye.
||to invent a story
||Franz made up the most ridiculous excuse
for being late.
||to re-establish a friendly relationship by
||Sally and Sara you must make up with
each other. It's not nice for sisters to fight.
||to lower prices
||I hope the clothing store marks that
jacket down soon. I want to buy it, but it is too expensive.
||to raise prices
||The clothing store will probably mark
that jacket up. They always mark up the things I like!
||to progress onward
||The meeting moved on at a slow pace.
||Peter always mixes 'there' and 'their'
||to blend together
||The directions say to mix 2 eggs up with