the fruit(s) of (something)

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the fruit(s) of (something)

The desired product(s) or result(s) of an activity, effort, or situation. The fruit of the long and bitter negotiations has been a historic peace treaty that will see the end of a 50-year war. Behold, the fruits of our labor: the most advanced artificial intelligence ever created!
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the fruit(s) of something

the good results of an activity or a situation: Enjoy the fruits of your labours (= the rewards for your hard work).The book is the fruit of years of research.
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The book's cover, on the other hand, provides a picture of someone obviously enjoying the fruits of something "better than plowing," Professor Frank Knight's description of his own career at Iowa and Chicago.