make all the differenceMeaning: have a very good effect on a thing or a situation.Example: Working with a nice bunch of people can make all the difference to your job.
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screw upscrew up (screwed-up) Meaning slang depicting that a mistake was made very puzzled, confused or worried to ruin something to make something into a smaller shape by compacting ... Read on
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