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come up with the goods

(also deliver the goods) informal
to produce what is wanted: What they promise sounds impressive enough - let's see if they come up with the goods.
Translations of “come up with the goods”
in Chinese (Traditional) 履行諾言, 達到要求, 不負所望…
in Chinese (Simplified) 履行诺言, 达到要求, 不负所望…
(Definition of come up with the goods from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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