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make the most of

This page is about the idiom make the most of

Meaning: If you make the most of something, you get as much as possible from it.

For example:

  • The warm weather won't last long, so we should make the most of it while we can.

  • After I retire from work I'll make the most of all the free time and do all the things I've never had time for.

Quick Quiz:

She made the most of her time in Egypt by

a. sleeping a lot

b. exploring the Pyramids

c. playing computer games

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Contributor: Matt Errey