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make much of

Definition of make much of

  1. :  to treat (something) as very important <In talking about his past, the book makes much of the influence of his brother.> <She tends to make far too much of her problems.> <You shouldn't make too much of what he said—he was only joking.>



Word by Word Definitions

makeplay
  1. :  behave, act

    :  to begin or seem to begin (an action)

    :  to cause to happen to or be experienced by someone

  1. :  the manner or style in which a thing is constructed

    :  brand

    :  the physical, mental, or moral constitution of a person

muchplay
  1. :  great in quantity, amount, extent, or degree

    :  great in importance or significance

    :  many in number

  1. :  to a great degree or extent :  considerably

    :  very

    :  frequently, often

  1. :  a great quantity, amount, extent, or degree

    :  something considerable or impressive


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