To make somebody do something
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To make somebody do somethingTo make + object + verb in the infinitive without to (= to cause someone do something):
This song makes me think of my boyfriend. This song causes me to think of my boyfriend.
This meeting was so long, it made me miss my flight. This meeting was so long, it caused me to miss my flight.
What made him change his mind? What caused him to change his mind?
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