Use of 'make' and 'do with' together

Hi! It?s me again!. I hope you are enjoying it!.

“I had to make do with a bicycle…”

I understand the meaning, but
It seems strange the usage of “make” and
“do with” together. Can you explain to me
this usage, please?

Or has it “make do with” a unique meaning?

Thank you very much!


Make do means:
to manage to live without things that you would like to have or with things of a worse quality than you would like. One of its usage could be:

We didn’t have cupboards so we made do with boxes.