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come through

phrasal verb with come us   /kʌm/ verb past tense came /keɪm/ , past participle come
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to succeed in a difficult situation: He's a great leader who always comes through under pressure. Investors had faith we would come through for them in the long run.
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come through

phrasal verb with come uk   /kʌm/ us   verb
[I] to do something that you have agreed to do or been asked to do: come through with sth He's still hoping the bank will come through with a loan.
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