come through
Verb

come through

  1. (idiomatic) To survive, to endure.
    He came through the surgery ok.
  2. To be communicated or expressed successfully.
    The anger in her song really came through.
    More information on the scandal is coming through now.
  3. (intransitive, idiomatic) To succeed.
    The team came through in the end and won the pennant.
  4. (with an object preceded by the preposition upright for or with) To not let somebody down, keep or fulfil one's word or promise.
    She really came through for us when the project was in trouble.
    He really came through with a lawyer when we were in trouble.
Synonyms
  • (keep one's word or promise) deliver
Antonyms


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