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make something up to someone

to make amends to someone. I'm so sorry. I will do what I can to make it up to you. I will make it up to them. Don't worry.
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make up to

Make ingratiating or fawning overtures to, flirt with, as in She was always making up to the boss's assistant. This usage was first recorded in 1781.
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