make the most of something
make the most of (something)
To deal with and create the best possible outcome of a bad, unfortunate, or unpleasant situation or set of circumstances. I know this data entry job isn't what you wanted for a career, but for the time being try and make the most of it. We weren't expecting to have to share our timeshare with others, but there's nothing we can do about it now, so we'd better make the most of our vacation.
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make the ˈmost of somethingget as much good as you can out of something: The meeting finished early so I decided to make the most of being in London and do some shopping. ♢ The opportunity won’t come again so make the most of it now.
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