Make Time Meaning

(idiomatic, colloquial, dated) To spend time with a person in or in pursuit of a romantic relationship.

Example: 1913, D.H. Lawrence, Sons and Lovers, chapter 2
  "I've done ten dozen this week," she said proudly to Mrs. Morel.
  "T-t-t!" went the other. "I don't know how you can find time."
  "Eh!" said Mrs. Anthony. "You can find time if you make time."
  Let's make time next week to meet again.
  We can really make time if we take the freeway.
  We made good time on the flight back because we had a tailwind.
  He was always trying to make time with Nancy, but she just wasn't interested.