make the most of


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make the most of something

to make something appear as good as possible; to exploit something; to get as much out of something as is possible. Mary knows how to make the most of her talents. They designed the advertisements to make the most of the product's features.
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make the most of something

to use or enjoy something as much as possible We're only in Paris for a day so let's make the most of it.
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make the most of something

to take full advantage of something because it may not last long Make the most of the good weather because rain is forecast for tomorrow. There'll be a lot of travelling involved in my new job and I plan to make the most of it.
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make the most of

Use to the greatest advantage, as in She planned to make the most of her trip to Europe, or The class quickly made the most of the teacher's absence. This expression was first recorded in 1526.
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make the most of

To use to the greatest advantage.
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