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make mine (something)

Make my order the thing that I specify. A: "I'd like a scotch on the rocks, please." B: "Make mine a double." A: "I think I'll have the ribeye steak." B: "Make mine the chef's special, please."
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Make mine something.

I wish to have the thing named. (The something can be a particular food or drink, a flavor of a food, a size of a garment, or a type of almost anything. Most typically used for food or drink.) Bill: I want some pie. Yes, I'd like apple. Tom: Make mine cherry. Waiter: Would you care for some dessert? The ice cream is homemade. Tom: Yes, indeed. Make mine chocolate.
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"They're doing their jobs, so it makes mine easier."
That makes mine overloaded and a bit messy but never short of shoes.
Sad that it is a waste of one of my favourite fruits (yes, they are a fruit) and envious because their crop makes mine look a bit anaemic.
It makes mine a difficult job, They are so hard to remember.
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