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British pronunciation/mˌeɪk ɐ ɔː ðə dˈɪfɹəns/
American pronunciation/mˌeɪk ɐ ɔːɹ ðə dˈɪfɹəns/
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to have a very strong and noticeable effect on someone or something

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to [make] (a|the) difference definition and meaning
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She dedicated herself to the cause, body and soul, working tirelessly to make a difference.
In case of a drowning, knowing CPR may make a difference until help arrives.
Even though everyone told her it was impractical, the idealist in her believed she could make a difference with her small charity.
Small acts of kindness, like helping a neighbor with their groceries, can make a difference in building a strong sense of community.
Every donation to the charity makes a difference in supporting critical medical research.
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