Meaning of “I’ll make due”

When someone says “I’ll make due” what does it mean?

Answer

The idiom is actually “to make do”, and it means to work with what you have, to continue somehow despite an impediment or non-ideal circumstance.

It uses do in the sense of “suffice”, as in “That’ll do”.

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