make it to

make it to
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to reach a place)
a. llegar a
Why are you lecturing me about the importance of being prompt? I made it to the dinner party on time.¿Por qué me estás sermoneando acerca de la importancia de ser puntual? Llegué a la velada a tiempo.
b. alcanzar
We must turn back. We won't make it to the summit before the storm hits.Tenemos que regresar. No alcanzaremos la cima antes de que llegue la tormenta.
c. venir a
I hope you can make it to my birthday party. Remember to bring a gift!Espero que puedas venir a mi fiesta de cumpleaños. ¡Acuérdate de traer un regalo!
2. (to get to be)
a. llegar a
Billy smokes like a chimney and drinks like a fish. I doubt he'll make it to 50.Billy fuma como un carretero y bebe como una esponja. Dudo que llegue a los 50.
3. (to become)
a. llegar a ser
Leonardo is such a brownnoser. it's hardly surprising that he made it to CFO.Leonardo es un verdadero lameculos. No es de extrañar que llegó a ser director financiero.
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