Make+progress

  • 101make the scene — Synonyms and related words: achieve success, advance, arrive, be a success, be enfranchised, be implicated in, bear a hand, break through, chip in, come on, come through, contribute, cut a swath, enter into, get ahead, get on, get there, go far,… …

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  • 102make — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. create, produce; prepare; obtain, cause, compel; amount to. See production, compulsion, form. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To produce] Syn. construct, fabricate, produce, manufacture, form, shape,… …

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  • 103progress — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. advance, growth; development, improvement. v. i. proceed, advance; grow, develop. See progression, improvement. Ant., regression. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Movement forward] Syn. progression, advance,… …

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  • 104make out — informal 1) how did you make out? Syn: get on/along, fare, do, proceed, go, progress, manage, survive, cope, get by 2) I could just make out a figure in the distance Syn: see, discer …

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  • 105make one's way — phrasal : advance; specifically : to gain standing in a trade, profession, or other means of livelihood world in which these youngsters have to live and make their way Robert Reid * * * make one s way 1. To proceed 2. To succeed …

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  • 106make out — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To understand] Syn. perceive, recognize, see; see understand 1 . 2. [To succeed] Syn. accomplish, achieve, prosper; see succeed 1 . 3. [*To kiss] Syn. neck, fondle, pet; see kiss . 4. [To see] Syn. discern, perceive, detect; …

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  • 107make — verb Make is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑batsman, ↑company, ↑factory, ↑firm, ↑picture, ↑recipe, ↑sale Make is used with these nouns as the object: ↑accommodation, ↑accompaniment, ↑accusation, ↑ …

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  • 108make\ haste\ with — • hurry on with • make haste with v. phr. To make rapid progress in an undertaking. Sue promised to hurry on with the report and send it out today …

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  • 109make up for lost time —    If you make up for lost time, you increase your efforts or work harder to complete something or meet a deadline.     Progress has stopped because of bad weather, but we are determined to make up for lost time …

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  • 110make up for lost time — 1) to spend a lot of time doing something because you did not have the chance to do it before After 30 years apart the sisters were keen to make up for lost time. 2) to do something more quickly or more often because something prevented you from… …

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  • 111progress to — verb reach a goal, e.g., make the first team (Freq. 1) We made it! She may not make the grade • Syn: ↑reach, ↑make, ↑get to • Derivationally related forms: ↑reaching …

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  • 112make up ground (on somebody) — gain/make up ˈground (on sb/sth) idiom to gradually get closer to sb/sth that is moving or making progress in an activity • The police car was gaining ground on the suspects. • They needed to make up ground on their competitors. Main entry:… …

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  • 113make up ground (on something) — gain/make up ˈground (on sb/sth) idiom to gradually get closer to sb/sth that is moving or making progress in an activity • The police car was gaining ground on the suspects. • They needed to make up ground on their competitors. Main entry:… …

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  • 114progress — noun prəʊgrɛs 1》 forward or onward movement towards a destination. 2》 development towards a better, more complete, or more modern condition. 3》 archaic a state journey or official tour. verb prə grɛs 1》 move or develop towards a destination or an …

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  • 115make\ good\ time — v. phr. To make unimpeded progress on a journey; arrive at one s destination sooner than estimated. There was not much traffic on the expressway so we made good time on our way to the airport …

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  • 116make headway — to achieve progress. We hope scientists are able to continue to make headway against cancer …

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  • 117make up the leeway — to reach a satisfactory position after a period when you did not make enough progress …

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  • 118make headway — verb To progress; to move forward. I worked on them all day, but barely made headway at all …

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  • 119make headway — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. progress, achieve, become better; see advance 1 , improve 2 …

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  • 120make way — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. progress, proceed, break ground, break trail*; see advance 1 …

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