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Make Or Break

Make Or Break - to succeed or to fail

  • This project is going to make or break my career.
  • The holiday is a make or break period of time for many business.
  • The food fair is going to make or break many restaurants.
  • The last few weeks were are going to make or break me. My business needs to get better soon.
  • Good reviews can make or break us.
  • This move is going to make or break the studio.

My Kind Of Person

Make Good Time

My Two Cents

Make A Long Story Short

Make Headway

Me Time

More Bang For Your Buck

Mixed Feelings

Means Well

Mumbo Jumbo

My Neck Of The Woods

Made My Day

Make Waves

Make A Killing

Made My Blood Boil

Missing Brain Cells

Miss The Boat

Mixed Blessing

Money Idioms

Money Does Not Grow On Trees

Money To Burn

Monkey Business

My Treat

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