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come to fruition

To successfully be brought into existence or to completion. Although we struggled to get funding, our project ultimately came to fruition.
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come to fruition

Fig. to occur or turn out as suspected or intended. When will all of these good things come to fruition? Our hard work and the end we planned for will soon come to fruition.
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