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make the best of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake the best of somethingmake the best of something (also make the best of a bad job/situation etc British English)ACCEPT to accept a situation that is not very good, and do whatever you can to make it better We are stuck here, so we might as well make the best of it. best
Examples from the Corpus
make the best of somethingA good travel partner laughs and makes the best of it.When Miihlenberg learned that it was indeed a free country, he made the best of things.For the most part, however, he made the best of contemporary information.Jack made the best of his bad luck at being captured and found plenty to occupy his time.In these circumstances one makes the best of limited information.Yet despite her palpable alienation from suburban stay-at-home motherhood, she is determined to make the best of it.One has to make the best of a situation, after all.It's not going to be fun, but we might as well make the best of it.
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