Idioms: come to fruition -- come up

come to fruition become reality, be completed as planned, see it through Through your donations, your hard work, and your perseverance you have seen your plans for this church come to fruition.
come to grips with accept the truth, face facts I am finally coming to grips with my divorce. I'm accepting it.
come to terms agree, sign an agreement, settle it We hope they can come to terms before the court date.
come to terms with accept that it is true, face facts She helped the boy come to terms with the death of his father.
come to the point say what is important, get to the point When you make a speech, come to the point quickly.
come to think of it now that I remember it, a thought has just come Come to think of it, I was the one who suggested marriage.
come true become real, happen, come to fruition You must believe in your dream to make it come true.
come undone lose self-control, disorganized, at loose ends, fall to pieces When she's near me, I come undone. I can't think or talk!
come unglued lose control, fall apart If Tina doesn't stop worrying, she'll come unglued.
come up happen, occur, crop up In this job we never know what will come up. One customer wanted to buy an ostrich.
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