make for somewhere

make for (somewhere or something)

1. To move in the direction toward some place, often hastily, and/or in order to flee. They made for the storm cellar as quickly as they could. It's getting dark, so we'd better make for camp.
2. To produce or result in something; to be good material for something. If nothing else, today's fiasco will definitely make for a good story. Being really busy always makes for a quick day. If I don't have a lot to do, time drags on so slowly.
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make for somewhere

to set out for somewhere; to run or travel to somewhere. Wilbur made for Philadelphia when he heard the police in the Big Apple were after him. Barlowe made for the stairs, but two shots rang out, and he knew it was all over for Mary.
See also: make, somewhere

make for somewhere

in. to set out for somewhere; to run or travel to somewhere. Marlowe made for the stairs, but two shots rang out, and he knew it was all over for Mary.
See also: make, somewhere