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deliver/come up with the goods

If you deliver the goods, you do what people hope you will do: Do you really think the England team can deliver the goods?Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
Translations of “deliver/come up with the goods”
in Russian оправдывать надежды…
in Turkish bekleneni yapmak…
in Polish spełniać oczekiwania…
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