Definitions for make-do
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word make-do
A temporary or makeshift expedient
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
You can make do without a wallet but can't [live] without your smartphone when you go out these days.
Because of the fire activity around the entire region, our resources are stretched very, very thin, each incident is having to make do with what is available, not what's needed.
Demographics drive demand, older people have less need for houses, cars and consumer goods and have to make do on lower incomes as they move on to pension age, slowing the wheels of the economy.
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