bring to fruition

bring (something) to fruition

To complete or do something successfully. Although we initially struggled to get funding for our project, we were able to bring it to fruition.
See also: bring, fruition, to
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2022 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

bring something to fruition

to make something come into being; to achieve a success. Do you think you can bring this plan to fruition? The plan was brought to fruition by the efforts of everyone.
See also: bring, fruition, to
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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By joining forces with Excelsium, we can sooner bring to fruition our vision of developing Clark Global City as the new center for business.'
"We continue to look to south east Asia as an area for growth, and I hope we will be able to bring to fruition the existing application with SundaGas," said Butler.
Helen Border, the organiser of the procession, said: "Hopefully many seeds will have been planted in people's hearts which the Holy Spirit can then bring to fruition."
Such big projects do take time to bring to fruition, but wellpaid manufacturing jobs are worth the wait as there will be follow-up jobs on the back of these manufacturing jobs.
In the Hebrew Bible, the term referred to an "anointed one," a divinely chosen figure who would bring to fruition God's plan for his people and for all humankind.
By NATION REPORTERbrSeven weeks after President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga held a surprise meeting at Harambee House to bury the hatchet following a bruising election, they have announced a committee of 14 advisors to bring to fruition their peace pact.Senators Amos Wako (Busia) and Yusuf Haji (Garissa) are some of the notable names included in the list signed by Ambassador Martin Kimani, who co-chairs the Building Bridges Initiative with Ambassador Paul Mwangi.
MY group (Lib Dems) and I welcome the publication of the green paper on clean air and transport by Cardiff council, which councillors have worked together to bring to fruition.
The ANC swept to power in free elections with a message that it had the mandate and credentials to finally bring to fruition the great potential of South Africa and its mineral and natural resources.
"This project will bring a lot more diversity to Teesside's economy, that's the reason it takes so long to bring to fruition. We will see on Budget day."
"There are further talks going on, too, with other interested parties in joining the club which we hope to bring to fruition soon.
Lincoln, United Kingdom, July 24, 2016 --( Home automation solution 'Vome' works with SIRI to control electrical devices in the home through voice commands; the company are seeking funding in order to bring to fruition their latest innovations.
"It's going to require an enormous amount of work and capital to bring to fruition."
He added: "The reimaged murals signal a step forward for the local community and they bring to fruition the positive results of many years of dialogue and conversation.
We are very pleased with the final product, as we were able to bring to fruition the vision we had in our mind, and we are confident it will appeal strongly to customers who love living in Downtown Dubai."