Phrasal Verbs with MAKE

make of
to have an opinion about something or someone
What do you make of the new boss?

make out
to see or hear someone or something with difficulty
I couldn’t make out what he was saying.

make up
to form something
This book is made up of fifteen short stories.

make up
to invent a story or excuse, sometimes in order to deceive people
I tried to make up an excuse for being late.

make up for
to compensate for something bad with something good
He bought her some flowers to make up for being late.