Synonyms of make for in English:

make for


See definition of make for

phrase

1‘she made for the door’

SYNONYMS
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’

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