you made it
or I made it
or we made it
- used to indicated the completion of a task
- used to indicate someone’s victory
- used to indicate someone’s arrival
- “It is so amazing that you made it because we heard that it was a very difficult task.”
- “Hey, you made it! I thought you were out of town all summer?”
- “I heard that you made a whole week without a single drop of alcohol. Isn’t that great?”
- “I’m so glad that you made it! I really didn’t think you would come.”
- “Hey Dan, you made it! That is such an incredible news.”
- “I spent the entire day wondering if you would make it and then suddenly I realized that he would be busy as it was a working day.”
- “Jason looked forward to spending time with his dad after a year but he didn’t seem quite sure if his dad would make it.“
- “I still look at my parents after 25 years of marriage and wonder how they made it so far.”
- “I knew you would make it and I believed in you since the very first day we met.”
- “It makes me proud to say that you made it into the university on your first attempt.”
- That was a real tough work but together we made it now.
- Oh, man I didn’t want to cross the river, but finally I made it.
The idiom ‘you made it’ has no known origin.
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