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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He made time for all his customers made us very welcome as well as making us all smile before we left but more important than that, all his bags are biodegradable, his packaging is all recyclable his lights are solar powered, in our opinion he needs congratulating and supporting for his efforts, there is a lot of others that should take a lead from him not least the council Well done Barry and thank you for making us smile.
They said she was "loving, caring, kind and funny", adding: "She was a really special person, very hardworking, extremely intelligent and always made time for others."
When was the last time you made time for you to lose yourself in something you love?
NINE-yearold Heather Hawkins made time for a very special holiday experience when she visited the UK with her dad Jason.
I also made time for a day on the beach at Marloes with Yogi the terrier - I always forget just how breathtakingly beautiful West Wales is and this time was hugely impressed by the sculptural rock formations on the beach.
I'm told: "Britney has made time for two hours of choreography each day because she is desperate to prove herself." Wish she'd started a few days earlier for her British fans watching X Factor.
McClelland and his staff always made time for me--to adjust some pins.
She's had major crises in her life and any time she rang or called round, I made time for her.
Despite soon embarking on a UK tour in front of thousands of adoring fans and reportedly receiving a proposal of marriage from Kelly Osbourne, Anthony Hannah still made time for a couple of lucky ladies recently.
To the chagrin of his overbearing teacup Chihuahua, Poncho, Brendan Kelly made time for me in order to answer some burning questions.--Gen X
LIONHEART: The young Scot also made time for his fans at San Jose
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.
Nice to see that big-hearted Jam still made time for a quick hug with pal Natasha Bedingfield, too.
But he made time for the club where his rallying career was nurtured despite a hectic international schedule of events.