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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Unfortunately he never got to see it brought to fruition.
It is the first site that development director Steve Mason has brought to fruition only months after his appointment to spearhead William Ashley's site acquisition and development opportunities.
I look forward to seeing the project brought to fruition along with the other parts of the plan to make the River Rea a feature in the area
The fix was brought to fruition within 90 days by a support team at the Army Soldier Systems Center in Natick, Mass.
We have other, forward-looking initiatives that have not been brought to fruition as of this juncture.
It began when the recently married 26-year-old was a child, was fostered by a spell as a work-rider for Nicky Henderson, boosted by two seasons as assistant to Ferdy Murphy and brought to fruition after four years as assistant to Guillaume Macaire.
Inevitably, Jewish monotheism posed a conflict with Jesus' Trinitarian confessions, but Schoeman finds relevance by concluding: "As the Old Covenant was brought to fruition by the New at the First Coming, so will the New Covenant be brought to fruition by the Old, by the return of the Jews at the Second Coming" (p.
I have lobbied within the assembly to help ensure that the plans are brought to fruition.
Whether the program can be brought to fruition depends to a large extent on whether the Oma nuclear reactor can be built successfully.
Added Susan Penzner, "This deal has brought to fruition a concept which was developed by Dylan Lauren over the past three years.
He vowed the Executive would assist the SFA and said: "I'm confident the idea can be brought to fruition.
The "Miura" RAC Concept Superbike was dreamed up and brought to fruition by one Spaniard by the name of Josep Rabau Sola.
Among the events utterly lost in Gentry's account are the thousands of criminal investigations actually brought to fruition.
Taylor has stated, "I have reviewed numerous candidates but Frank had ideas that, if they could be brought to fruition, would enable James Monroe Capital to have earnings.
Perhaps more importantly the new local enterprise partnership should engage to ensure that key regeneration schemes are brought to fruition - I wish