This expression was meaning first recorded in 1526.
They make designed make the advertisements to make the most of make the product's features.
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I'll make my sculpture out of clay.
See also: make, most, of make the make most.
I think the writer might be more accustomed to that use of the phrase, versus the more figurative use in your example.
Awesome!" (Especially if you're talking to somebody and they can hear your positive tone of voice.).
Idiom 1 : to use (something) in an effective way We may not get another chance, simpsons so we need to make the best of this opportunity.
For example, I will take advantage of my wife's broken leg by reading.
Make the most of (oneself to try character as hard as one can to be successful; to realize all of one's potential.See also: make, most, of make the most of something to make something appear as good as possible; to exploit something; to get as much out of something as is possible.From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake the most of something/get the most out of somethingmake the most of something/get the most out of somethingadvantageto gain the greatest possible advantage from something Charming and friendly, she will help you make the most of your visit.I agree that out doesn't belong in your example.However, "take advantage of" can carry connotations of exploitation (in the sense of abuse) and "make the most of" can carry connotations of doing the best you can in a bad situation.I'd mostly use make out of when describing the material for a project.She planned to make the most of her trip to Europe, or, the class quickly made the most of the teacher's absence.If we consider an alternative situation where you've been asked to host a Spanish person for a month, you'd make have meaning to be a bit more careful.In the context of your example sentence I will take advantage of/make the most of the opportunity screensaver to learn Spanish there is little difference.Use to the greatest advantage,.See also: make, most, of make the most of, to use to the greatest advantage.