Make it to an appointment
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to make an appointment: to arrange, to organize a meeting, a date
I made an appointment for next Friday, but I now need to re-arrange it.
I don't know if I'll make it to the concert. If I can't go, you can have my ticket.
- "I'm afraid you'll have to make an appointment with me to talk about training."
- "Teller : You'll need to make an appointment with a bank officer to do that, sir."
- "Bruno : That's fine, Leonard, just be sure to make an appointment next time, okay?"
- "I'd just like to point out to you that there is absolutely no need to use me as an intermediary when making an appointment with Donna, for two reasons"
- "Lawyer : As for the tax evasion, I've made an appointment with the best accountant in town tomorrow at 10.00 am, at the Delavigne Corporation."
- "Bruno : No problem. Next time make an appointment."
- "I have made an appointment with the warehouse manager, Mr. Jiou, so that I can have a look at the stock for myself."
- "Gidyeon, as your personal assistant, I've decided to make a very special appointment for you."
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