Idiom: Make someone’s day
Idiom: make someone’s day
- to make someone very happy
- My father sent my mother flowers and it really made her day.
- If you come to visit me at work today it will make my day.
- After all the hard work I'd put in, getting an A+ on my paper really made my day.
- Thank you so much. It really makes my day when I wake up and you've already prepared the kids' lunches.
- My boss made my day when he highlighted my contributions to the report in front of the board of directors.
- The entire morning was so busy I hadn't had a chance to have breakfast so it really made my day when my assistant brought me a Starbucks cappuccino and chocolate croissant.
- If you could dry clean my dress by six o'clock this evening it would really make my day.
- Waking up early this morning and seeing a beautiful sunrise has already made my day. Maybe I should wake up early more often.
- I hired a business coach to help me figure out a variety of little things that can help make my staff members' days.
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