- Manage with the limited or inadequate means available: Dad would have to make do with an old carMore example sentences
scrape by/along, get by/along, manage, cope, survive, muddle through/along, fare all right, make the best of a bad job, improvise, make ends meet, keep the wolf from the door, keep one's head above water, shift for oneself• informal make outmake the best of, get by with/on, put to the best use, make the most of
- People with learning difficulties no longer have to make do with what is available.
- Many more channels are available nowadays, even if some of us still make do with the five.
- Aided by support staff and by reading specialists, teachers made do with the pedagogical knowledge and skills that were available to them.
More definitions of make doDefinition of make do in:
- The US English dictionary