It makes sense
To behave so as to acquire: make friends.
The physical or moral nature of a person: found out what make of man he was.
Make heads or tails of To understand: I couldn't make heads or tails of the report.The Sun (2008)I'm sure it makes sense to somebody.Old High German sinnan "to go, travel, strive after, have in mind, perceive German Sinn "sense, mind Old English si "way, journey Old Irish set, Welsh hynt "way.To begin a voyage.Cambridge dictionaries logo, follow us, american make sense in American English make sense, my Dictionary.To put in an appearance: made the scene at the party.Make believe To pretend.Make up (one's) mind To decide between alternatives; come to a definite decision or opinion.Make light work of To do or accomplish easily.Times, Sunday Times (2010)It would also make sense to allow companies to turn a profit in schools.
To succeed: made good as a writer.
Informal To try to establish or prove: He made out that he was innocent.The origin of a product's manufacturing: a bicycle of a French make.To amount to: makes no difference.Application to any pronostiek baby maken one of the external or outward senses (touch, sight, hearing, etc.) in English first recorded 1520s.Make fun of To mock; ridicule.To get along in a given way; fare: made out well in business.Meaning "that which is wise" is from.1600.To cover (a distance made 200 miles before sunset.To succeed, especially in making a living.
To favor the development of: Practice makes a winning team.