make that

make that something

(spoken) also make it something
I want to change what I just said to something else We'll be there at 7:30 – no, better make that 8 o'clock. Luxury products are usually gold – uh, make it platinum.
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In terms of group management, creating an agenda "establishes detailed steps and timetables for achieving needed results, and then allocating the resources necessary to make that happen.
The neural network can make that same decision in a second.