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Yield positive results.‘plans for power-sharing may be about to bear fruit’
yield results, get results, succeed, meet with success, be successful, be effective, be profitable, work, go as plannedView synonyms
- ‘Inventor 11 might just be a milestone for Autodesk, where the promises and potential of a system finally start to bear fruit.’
- ‘Despite their doubts in his project, his strong sense of faith bore fruit and now, 30 years on, his son continues the work and people from far and near visit his orchard’
- ‘But the effort is yet to bear fruit.’
- ‘His experience of Japan in 1937-38 and his own exhibition on Tokyo bore fruit in his Mussoorie productions.’
- ‘His steady and competent effort bore fruit beyond estimate and stand today in near and distant places as generous monuments to his skill.’
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