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fruition

noun [U] uk   /fruːˈɪʃ.ən/ formal us  
an occasion when a plan or an idea begins to happen, exist, or be successful: None of his grand plans for a TV series ever came to fruition.
Translations of “fruition”
in Chinese (Traditional) 實現, 完成, 取得成果…
in Russian осуществление…
in Turkish gerçekleşme, muradına erme, başarılı olma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 实现, 完成, 取得成果…
in Polish efekty, rezultaty…
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