One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Make an otherwise ordinary or dull day pleasingly memorable for someone.
- ‘It honestly makes my day when a friend sends me an e-mail.’
- ‘You really made our day in so many ways, I can't list them all… we couldn't have done it without you!’
- ‘Britney makes my day when she posts letters, she really does.’
- ‘Kerry was delighted with her gifts from the Rotarians and thanked all of them for making her day.’
- ‘To women, things like that are of huge importance and can make your day, while to men they are insignificant.’
- ‘‘When I get a customer who is excited by everything and keen to try new things, it just makes my day,’ Ottavio says.’
- ‘Sometimes, its the small things that make your day.’
- ‘It's gratifying when you find something for someone and it makes their day.’
- ‘I hope that your letters, emails, comments and questions keep coming because reading them makes my day.’
- ‘He gave us gentle advice and absolutely made our day with his genuine manner and delivery.’
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