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Daemon
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make (oneself or something) ready (for someone or something)

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KSPavan
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make (oneself or something) ready (for someone or something) — To become or make something prepared for something or someone.
Emel Rapchan
Posted: Monday, March 19, 2018 2:09:43 PM

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make (oneself or something) ready (for someone or something)
- She was hurried of making herself ready for my father's arriving yesterday!
- None of the passengers made themselves ready for leaving the ship after the accident, dooming all of them in the giant steel coffin for good.
- Provided that the higher education is fundamental to anyone, my parents guaranteed my share of it making me ready for this future.

make ready (for something)
- The government has been working hard to make read for the new election process.
- I was very busy yesterday making ready for having my parents at home for a period.
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