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What does come to fruition mean?


Meaning of idioms with examples...

come to fruition

The phrase come to fruition means to become reality or to be completed as planned.

The term fruition refers to the state of bearing fruit and is used figuratively to refer to something that occurs as intended or something that reaches the final phase of realization.

Another variation of this idiom is:

bring something to fruition

Example(s):

I hope our hard work to bring effective change in our educational system will soon come to fruition

My plans have not come to fruition yet.

I have never been able to bring my dreams to fruition.

This idiom is in the food category


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