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Definition of "come through" [come through]

  • To survive, to endure. (verb)
  • To succeed. (verb)
  • Not to let somebody down, keep one's promise. (verb)

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Use "come through" in a sentence
  • "On the other hand, I realized that because I now had editorial control of any B-roll footage related to the research, I had the potential to protect any information that might come through related to Princess Diana."
  • "Say what you will about the River Heights PD—they always come through in the end."
  • "I hope one day you can come through the doors of Slimmons and let me motivate you."