- make use of
* * *make use of1. To use, employ2. To take the help, etc, of (a person) in obtaining an end with no intention of repaying him or her, to exploit• • •Main Entry: ↑use
* * *make use of phraseto use someone or something for a particular purpose, especially one that brings a benefit to you
Why doesn’t she make use of her singing talent?make good use of someone/something:
I hope you’ve made good use of your time.Thesaurus: to use something, or to be usedsynonymMain entry: use
* * *use for a purpose■ benefit from
they were educated enough to make use of further training
* * *make use of: to use (something)
She made use of the money to pay for college.
He tried to make good/better use of his spare time. [=he tried to use it in a better and more productive way]• • •Main Entry: ↑use
Useful english dictionary. 2012.