make with


verb

(intr, preposition) slang, mainly US to proceed with the doing, showing, etc, ofmake with the music
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Idioms and Phrases with make with

make with

Use, concern oneself with, as in Why are you making with that strange outfit? or Let's go—make with the feet! This expression is a translation of the Yiddish mach mit. [Slang; first half of 1900s]

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