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  • 1 make someone's day — To make the day memorable for someone • • • Main Entry: ↑day make someone s day see under ↑day • • • Main Entry: ↑make * * * make someone’s day phrase to make someone feel very happy She said …

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  • 2 make a big deal out of something — make a big deal (out) of (something) (or make (something) into a big deal) : to treat (something) as very important or too important The girl s song was far from perfect, but her parents made a big deal of it, and she was very happy. Don t make… …

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  • 3 make a big deal of — make a big deal (out) of (something) (or make (something) into a big deal) : to treat (something) as very important or too important The girl s song was far from perfect, but her parents made a big deal of it, and she was very happy. Don t make… …

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  • 4 make someone's day — make (someone s) day to make someone very happy. Go on, tell him you like his jacket. It ll make his day! I was so pleased to hear from Peter. It really made my day …

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  • 5 make day — make (someone s) day to make someone very happy. Go on, tell him you like his jacket. It ll make his day! I was so pleased to hear from Peter. It really made my day …

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  • 6 make somebody's day — make sb s ˈday idiom to make sb feel very happy on a particular day • The phone call from Mike really made my day. Main entry: ↑dayidiom …

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  • 7 make your day — If something makes your day, it pleases you or makes you very happy …

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  • 8 happy */*/*/ — UK [ˈhæpɪ] / US adjective Word forms happy : adjective happy comparative happier superlative happiest Get it right: happy: Although the adjective happy ends in the letter y , the related noun happiness is spelled with an i (not a y ): Wrong:… …

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  • 9 Happy Lesson — Infobox animanga/Header name = Happy Lesson caption = The Happy Lesson Region 1 DVD cover art, from the ADV Films release. ja name = ja name trans = genre = Comedy, School Life, HaremInfobox animanga/Manga title = author = Sasaki Mutsumi (story)… …

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  • 10 happy — hap|py W1S1 [ˈhæpi] adj comparative happier superlative happiest [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: hap chance, luck (13 20 centuries), from Old Norse happ] 1.) having feelings of pleasure, for example because something good has happened to you or you are …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11 happy — adj. 1 feeling pleasure VERBS ▪ appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound ▪ Outwardly the couple appeared happy. ▪ Andrew felt happier than he had …

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  • 12 happy*/*/*/ — [ˈhæpi] adj 1) feeling pleased and relaxed, with no worries Ant: unhappy The children seem very happy at school.[/ex] Sarah felt happy for the first time in her life.[/ex] Money alone will never make you happy.[/ex] You deserve all this success.… …

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  • 13 make — make1 [ meık ] (past tense and past participle made [ meıd ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 create/produce something ▸ 2 do/say something ▸ 3 cause something to happen ▸ 4 force someone to do something ▸ 5 arrange something ▸ 6 earn/get money ▸ 7 give a total ▸… …

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  • 14 very — ver|y [ veri ] function word *** Very can be used in the following ways: as an adverb (before adjectives and adverbs): It had been a long day and he was very tired. I always walk very quickly. She writes very well. as an adjective (only before a… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15 happy — /ˈhæpi / (say hapee) adjective (happier, happiest) 1. characterised by or indicative of pleasure, content, or gladness: a happy mood. 2. delighted, pleased, or glad, as over a particular thing: to be happy to see a person. 3. favoured by fortune; …

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  • 16 make — I UK [meɪk] / US verb Word forms make : present tense I/you/we/they make he/she/it makes present participle making past tense made UK [meɪd] / US past participle made *** Get it right: make: When make means to cause or force someone to do… …

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  • 17 Make my day! — exclam. Go ahead, do what you are going to do, and I will be very happy to do what I have to do! (A catch phrase said typically by a movie police officer who has a gun pointed at a criminal. The police officer wants the criminal to do something… …

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  • 18 make someone's day — to make someone feel very happy She said I looked nice, which made my day …

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  • 19 Happy Days (play) — Happy Days is a play in two acts, written in English, by Samuel Beckett. He began the play on 8th October 1960 [Knowlson, J., Damned to Fame: The Life of Samuel Beckett (London: Bloomsbury, 1996), p 475] and it was completed on 14th May 1961.… …

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  • 20 Very special episode — is an advertising term originally used in American television commercials to refer to an episode of a situation comedy or television drama that deals with a serious or controversial social issue. Although the concept has been in existence for… …

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