bring (something) to fruition

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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.
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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.
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Yesterday's launch brings to fruition the coalition administration's promise to set up such a body.
For Karan, the new Home collection brings to fruition a longtime goal.
"This brings to fruition a longtime goal of a city-wide extended school day that benefits all of our children," said Golding.
Expanding upon his previous studies, Professor Terry's book focuses on the latter half of the Golden Age known also as the Baroque period, and brings to fruition a distinguished career dedicated not only to Renaissance and Baroque Castilian lyrics, but to Medieval and modern Catalonian poetry.
Dr Prabhjot Kaur, who is responsible for advanced emissions services at MIRA, said: "This new investment brings to fruition part of the overall plan we have been considering for some time.
However, the compromise finally brings to fruition a project that had been bogged down in over 40 years of negotiations.
Jacques Barrot, commissioner for justice, freedom and security, commented that the decision brings to fruition "a long campaign led by the Commission and Parliament".
The Food and Drug Administration's approval of a new nasal spray flu vaccine brings to fruition four decades of research by a University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, professor.