Present participle of make ends meet.. To be able to spend within one's means.
But whilst the rich sometimes envy the simpler life-style of the poor, those who are poor know the difficulties of making ends meet.
Trainers must beat the handicapper in order to have a chance of making ends meet.
By planning to pay off this debt, you avoid the hassle of collections, the worry of making ends meet and ruining your financial future.
Many seniors on a fixed income often have difficulty making ends meet.
Countrywide takes the stance that reverse mortgages are a great idea for people who have trouble making ends meet financially, and who qualify for a reverse mortgage based on the aforementioned criteria.