|char. (lit.) benefit, help||
phr. He is very busy, he may not have the time to help you to make up for a missed lesson.
phr. substitute, reserve
phr. learn from others' strong points and strengthen the weak points
v. to be an alternate for a vacancy
v. revamp, mend, patch, repair, patch up
v. sew and mend
v. to nourish
phr. fill a tooth, have a tooth filled
phr. He's helping me to sew up the holes in my clothes.
phr. Do not throw away the broken dish. We can patch it up using glue.
phr. The young lady of the airport said that my luggage exceeded the weight limit by six kilograms, and that I had to make up for it by paying fifteen euros per extra kilogram.