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(intransitive) To reserve a period of time to do something.
If we encounter some icebergs in the area, we'll make time to explore them.
Don't think you have to go to a tropical island to make time together meaningful.
Learning Time Management Skills gives tips on the steps to make time management a part of your life.
All you'd have to do is make time for him on the weekends and after school.
Everyone suffers a failed night of sleep or a macaroni-and-cheese binge occasionally, but it's vital to make time for enough sleep, regular exercise, and healthy meals on a consistent basis.
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