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Do I need "for" in the following example? "wait more than" vs. "wait FOR more than"

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If you make him wait (for) more than ten minutes, he'll just walkswalk away.

I found both instances on Google Books: with for and without for.

So I'm a bid confused.

If you make him wait (for) more than ten minutes, he'll just walks away.

I found both instances on Google Books: with for and without for.

So I'm a bid confused.

If you make him wait (for) more than ten minutes, he'll just walk away.

I found both instances on Google Books: with for and without for.

So I'm a bid confused.

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