make time for (someone or something)

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make time for (someone or something)

To allot time in one's schedule for a particular activity or to spend time with a particular person, especially when one has to cancel, postpone, or move other activities to other times. Dad had a hectic work schedule when we were kids, but he always made time for us. Having two young kids really makes it hard to make time for exercise.
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To the chagrin of his overbearing teacup Chihuahua, Poncho, Brendan Kelly made time for me in order to answer some burning questions.
But throughout a long and varied career shaped by administrative as well as artistic responsibilities, Melchert has always made time for drawing of one kind or another.
But the artist, craftsman and tenor singer - he impressed the Italians in his youth with his operatic voice - always made time for his family.
As active as Bob remained, he still made time for his family, friends and hobbies which included singing, traveling, attending the theater, golfing and gardening.
Along with her busy education and training schedule, Kristin made time for her research work that covered ocular tumors, ocular side effects of organ transplantation and ophthalmic genetics.