To make it: to be able to do something.
I don´t know if I´ll be able to make it to the movie (=to arrive in time to watch it).
To make out: to kiss or toi have sex
They were making out in the car.
To make up: to resolve a quarrel.
They made up after that huge fight.
To make up: to use facial cosmetics
I don´t have time to make up in the morning.
To make something up: to invent something
I didn´t want to go to the party, so I just made up an excuse.
To make someone´s day: make a person´s day great
That promotion made him so happy. It made his day.
To make out: to be able to see well
I could barely make out his face in the dark.
To make money: to earn money as self-employed
The money he makes in this profession isn´t enough to support his family.
To make for:
1. To have or produce (a particular effect or result): small details that make for comfort.
2. To help promote; further: makes for better communication.
To make off:
To depart in haste; run away.
To make over:
1. To redo; renovate.
2. To change or transfer the ownership of, usually by means of a legal document: made over the property to her son.
To make a clean breast of:
To confess fully.
To make a face:
To distort the features of the face; grimace.
To make a go of:
To achieve success in: have made a go of the business.
To make away with:
1. To carry off; steal.
2. To use up or consume.
3. To kill or destroy.
To make believe:
To make bold:
To venture: I will not make so bold as to criticize such a scholar.
To make book:
To accept bets on a race, game, or contest.
To make do:
To manage to get along with the means available: had to make do on less income.
To make ends meet:
To manage so that one's means are sufficient for one's needs.
To make fun of:
To mock; ridicule.
To make good:
1. To carry out successfully: made good his escape.
2. To fulfill: made good her promise.
3. To make compensation for; make up for: made good the loss.
4. To succeed: made good as a writer.
To make hay:
To turn to one's advantage: The candidate's opponents made hay of the scandal.
To make heads or tails of:
To understand: I couldn't make heads or tails of the report.
To make history:
To do something memorable or spectacular enough to influence the course of history: The first space flight made history.
To make it:
1. Informal : To achieve a goal; be successful. finally made it as an actor.
2. Slang To have sexual intercourse.
To make light of:
To treat as unimportant: He made light of his illness.
To make love:
1. To engage in amorous caressing.
2. To engage in sexual intercourse.
To make much of:
To treat as of great importance.
To make no bones about:
To be forthright and candid about; acknowledge freely: They make no bones about their dislike for each other.
To make off with:
To snatch or steal: made off with the profits.
To make (one's) peace with:
To bring oneself to accept; reconcile oneself to.
To make (one's) way:
1. To go forward; advance.
2. To succeed, especially in making a living.
To make sail:
1. To begin a voyage.
2. To set sail.
To make sense:
1. To be coherent or intelligible: an explanation that made sense.
2. To be practical or advisable: It makes sense to go now.
To make something of:
To start a fight or quarrel over.
To make the grade:
To measure up to a given standard.
To make the most of:
To use to the greatest advantage.
To make the scene (Slang):
1. To put in an appearance: made the scene at the party.
2. To participate in a specified activity: made the drug scene.
To make time:
1. To travel speedily.
2. To travel at a specified rate: We made good time getting to town.
3.( Slang) To make progress toward attracting someone: tried to make time with the new neighbor.
To make tracks: (Slang):
To move or leave in a hurry.
To make up (one's) mind:
To decide between alternatives; come to a definite decision or opinion.
To make waves: (Slang)
To cause a disturbance or controversy.
To make way:
1. To give room for passage; move aside.
2. To make progress.
On the make (Slang)
1. Aggressively striving for financial or social improvement: a young executive on the make.
2. Eagerly seeking a sexual partner.
(Main source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/make+do)