Here are some idiomatic expressions formed around words beginning with M.
To make it is to become successful.
He has made it big in the show business.
To make do is to manage with something that is not satisfactory.
To make for is to move towards.
- She made for the door.
To make off is to leave in a hurry.
- The thieves made off with the stolen goods.
To make time is to find time to do something.
To make up is to be friendly again after a quarrel.
- The two haven’t made up after their nasty brawl at the pub.
Make up your mind
To make up your mind is to make a decision.
The man in the street
The man in the street is the average person.
- Will these economic reforms benefit the man in the street?
Be quick off the mark
To be quick off the mark is to be fast in responding.
Make a mark
To make a mark is to have a notable effect.
Up to the mark
When something is up to the mark it is up to the required standard.
On the market
If something is on the market, it is available for sale.