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I cannot identify the meaning of "make" in "make an appointment". Would you please help me identify it from some sources?

There are 10 basic meaning of "make" with some nuances in Oxford. Which one could fit in "make an appointment"? Or can "make" in "make an appointment" be mixture of any two of them?


https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/make

Regards.

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It can also be #2. Cause (something) to exist or come about; bring about.

Make an appointment = cause it to exist on your calendar.

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  1. 4.3 Agree or decide on (a specified arrangement)
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So will the definition of "make" here will depend on the sentence, even the context?

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So will the definition of "make" here will depend on the sentence, even the context?

The context will make a difference.