bear fruit
Verb

bear fruit

  1. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see bear, fruit
  2. (idiom) To succeed in some task; to achieve benefit from a task or project.
    After several barren years it was good to see the trees bearing fruit.
    Many people had looked but it was unusual to see these searches bearing fruit.
Translations
  • French: porter ses fruits
  • Russian: приноси́ть плоды́
  • Spanish: dar sus frutas



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