Synonyms of make for in English:

make for

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1‘she made for the door’

go towards, head for, head towards, aim for, make one's way towards, move towards, direct one's steps towards, steer a course towards, be bound for, set out for, make a beeline for, take to

2‘constant arguing doesn't make for a happy marriage’

contribute to, be conducive to, produce, promote, facilitate, further, advance, forward, foster, favour
formal conduce to