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make that (something)

An expression used when one wants to change something that one has just said. Let's have the meeting at 12:30. Actually, make that 2:30; I have another meeting scheduled at lunch time.
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But if you nave to eat, say, 20 or 30 grams of white flour to get 9 grams of whole wheat, the ape should make that clear.
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." In terms of group leadership, creating an effective agenda "establishes direction ...
The neural network can make that same decision in a second.