How to Conjugate Make For
- Infinitive: Make For
- Present Tense: Make For/ Makes For
- -ing Form: Making For
- Past Tense: Made For
- Past Participle: Made For
Definitions of Make For:
1. To go in a certain direction, typically in a hurry.
Examples: When we heard the news about the flood, we immediately made for the hills.
We need to make for the exit before the concert ends to avoid the rush.
2. To create a result or situation.
Examples: The rain made for a perfect movie day.
What would make for a great third date?
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