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make an appointment

This page is about the collocation make an appointment

collocation pattern: verb + noun


to arrange a date and time to visit an office, clinic, dentist, doctor, etc.

For example

  • Have you made an appointment with the dentist yet?

  • If you want to see the minister, you'll have to make an appointment first.

Quick Quiz

If you've made an appointment, you've

a. been appointed by somebody

b. just been to visit somebody

c. arranged to meet somebody

Contributor: Matt Errey