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Meaning of "make it the business"



 
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Meaning of "make it the business" #1 (permalink) Thu Nov 11, 2004 7:03 am   Meaning of "make it the business"
 

Test No. incompl/inter-52 "Business Expressions (1)", question 4

As soon as they heard what had happened, they ......... it their business to find out the truth.

(a) made
(b) tried
(c) managed
(d) called

Test No. incompl/inter-52 "Business Expressions (1)", answer 4

As soon as they heard what had happened, they made it their business to find out the truth.

Correct answer: (a) made

Your answer was: incorrect
As soon as they heard what had happened, they managed it their business to find out the truth.
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Make it their business #2 (permalink) Thu Nov 11, 2004 8:58 am   Make it their business
 

This means: They made sure/certain
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