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A temporary or makeshift expedient.
(intransitive, idiomatic, informal) To survive, get by with, or use whatever is available (due to lack of resources)
(informal) To put into action.
Perhaps I shall make do with those that remain here before I follow the sun westward.
Do you insist on a glass tabletop, or are you willing to make do with durable plastic?
If a pair of jeans is a little loose, you can wear a belt and make do.
Instead, we have to make do with a stilted conversation in the car.
She either had to learn how to make her own clothes or make do.
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