make your day

make (your) day to make someone happy.

Go on, tell him you like his jacket. It'll make his day!

Peter's letter really made my day.

New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • make your day — If something makes your day, it pleases you or makes you very happy …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • make my day — make me happy by trying to do that. You want to fight? Go ahead, make my day. Usage notes: used as a humorous way to show that the person you are speaking to knows it would be a big mistake to make your day …   New idioms dictionary

  • make my day — If something makes your day, it satisfies you or makes you happy …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • Make My Day — For a list of states that recognize the legal theory of self defense in the home, see Make My Day State. For the film character quotation by Clint Eastwood, see Go ahead, make my day. For the debut single by Yui Aragaki, see Make My Day (Yui… …   Wikipedia

  • Make my day! — exclam. Go ahead, do what you are going to do, and I will be very happy to do what I have to do! (A catch phrase said typically by a movie police officer who has a gun pointed at a criminal. The police officer wants the criminal to do something… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Make My Day (Mai Kuraki song) — Make My Day Single by Mai Kuraki from the album If I Believe Released December 4, 2002 Format Maxi Single Genre …   Wikipedia

  • Make Your Play — Format Phone in quiz show Starring Several presenters Country of origin   …   Wikipedia

  • Make My Day (Yui Aragaki song) — Make My Day Limited edition A cover Single by Yui Aragaki from the album Hug Released July 16, 2008 …   Wikipedia

  • Make Your Mama Proud — Studio album by Fastball Released April 6, 1996 Recorded 1996 …   Wikipedia

  • Go ahead, make my day. — Infobox movie quote name = Go ahead, make my day. imagesize = 300px caption = Harry Callahan in the Make my day scene character = Harry Callahan actor = Clint Eastwood creator = Joseph C. Stinson firstusedin = Sudden Impact alsousedin =… …   Wikipedia

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