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make amends (to somebody/for something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake amends (to somebody/for something)make amends (to somebody/for something)SORRY/APOLOGIZEto do something to show you are sorry for hurting or upsetting someone, especially something that makes it better for them He seized the chance to make amends for his behavior. amends
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make amends (to somebody/for something)Nina felt in that moment that somehow she must make amends for all the wrong she had done in her life.Others include the cathartic process of making amends to the people you have hurt through your addiction.But the best way of making amends is to substitute for old habits new, and better, ones.But I must, you are right, make amends for that.The impulse to make amends is not a bad one.She felt in the bed for Alice's hand and squeezed it, to make amends.They now have only one round-robin group match left to make amends.Kids should be taught to make amends for their own mistakes.
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