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Meaning of “make good on something” in the English Dictionary

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make good on something

to do what you have said you would do: My ​grandfather said he would ​pay for me to go to ​college, and he made good on that ​promise.
(Definition of make good on something from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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