Idiom: make it
Idiom: make it
- to be successful
- to go to an event or place
- When my first book proposal was accepted by a publisher, I knew I’d made it as a writer.
- Although I never made it as a solo artist, I had a great career as a backup singer to many of the world's greatest pop stars.
- Don't worry about this loss. Keep putting in the work and you're definitely going to make it to the pros.
- I thought I'd made it when I was accepted to MIT but I really struggled to pass my classes.
- We knew you'd make it as a gymnast ever since you started doing back flips off the sofa when you were four.
- Can you make it to my party Saturday?
- We finally made it to the train station five minutes before departure.
- I'm really sorry I couldn't make it to your game last night. I had to take my dog to the vet.
- Don't worry. I will make it to your wedding even if I have to quit my job.
- I appreciate all of the effort you took to make it here today. It means a lot.
- pull off
- break into
- make the grade
- show up
- show your face
- turn up
You might like these idioms
More idioms will be added in the future so check back frequently or sign-up for my free newsletter to learn about new updates to my website.
Your turn to use the idiom "make it"
Practice makes progress. It's your turn to use this idiom in your own sample sentence. I will provide feedback to make sure you use the idiom correctly.
> Main idioms list
> idiom: make it