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    make the most of your hard-earned money

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    As long as you know how to negotiate prices, you’ll be able to make the most of your hard-earned money.

    I learned the meaning of "make" in "make money" equals to that of earn. But at the above sentence, 'make the most of your hard-earned money" means "you can save your precious money"?

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    Re: make the most of your hard-earned money

    'To make the most of' something means to use it the best way you can, to your advantage.

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