(third-person singular simple present makes time, present participle making time, simple past and past participle made time)
- (intransitive) To reserve a period of time to do something.
- Let's make time next week to meet again.
- (idiomatic, colloquial) To travel at faster than usual speed.
- We can really make time if we take the freeway.
- We made good time on the flight back because we had a tailwind.
- (idiomatic, colloquial, dated) To spend time with a person in or in pursuit of a romantic relationship.
- He was always trying to make time with Nancy, but she just wasn't interested.