Übersetzung für 'to fruition' von Englisch nach Deutsch
SYNO fruition | realisation | realization
fruition [aims, plans, ideas]Verwirklichung {f}
fruitionErfüllung {f}
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to fruition [bring, come, etc.]zur Geltung [bringen, kommen, usw.]
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to bring sth. to fruitionetw. verwirklichen
to bring sth. to fruition [plans, ideas]etw. zur Reife bringen [fig.]
to come to fruitionverwirklicht werden
to come to fruition [idiom] [plans, projects, etc.: come true] zum Tragen kommen [Redewendung] [Pläne, Projekte etc.: Wirklichkeit werden]
to come to fruition [plan]Wirklichkeit werden [Plan]
to come to fruition [plans, ideas]Früchte tragen [fig.]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Calvin praised the idea, but ultimately Cranmer was unable to bring it to fruition.
  • The manifesto lays a philosophical basis for launching the project, and importance of bringing it to fruition — proprietary software is a way to divide users, who are no longer able to help each other.
  • His estimation of 10–12 million euros to FIDE from the coming cycles has not yet come to fruition either.
  • Seven 14-coach "North of London" Eurostar trains for these Regional Eurostar services were built, but these services never came to fruition.
  • Husserl had transferred in 1916 to the University of Freiburg (in Freiburg im Breisgau) where he continued bringing his work in philosophy to fruition, now as a full professor.

  • Around this time the first of several proposals was made for a rack railway to the summit, none of which came to fruition.
  • The process was also criticised as cumbersome and slow, the initial deregulation having been announced in 2004, and taking no less than three years to come to fruition through delays in legislation and regulation.
  • This plan, which was well on its way to fruition despite the entreaties of Tswana leaders who toured England in protest, was eventually foiled by the failure of the Jameson Raid in January 1896.
  • Motorola had a G5 project that never came to fruition, but the name stuck and Apple reused it when the 970 family launched in 2003 even if those were designed and built by IBM.
  • None of these projects have come to fruition, though Gibson had stated his belief that Cunningham is the only director with a chance of doing the film correctly.

  • If it comes to fruition, the long-proposed Kanal Istanbul (Istanbul Canal) project could circumvent the Montreux Convention in the 21st century and allow greater Turkish autonomy with respect to the passage of military ships, which are limited in number, tonnage, and weaponry, from the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara.
  • This came to fruition on 12 December 2019 when commissioner Silver announced at a press conference in Mexico City Arena that LNBP team, Capitanes de Ciudad de México will be joining the G League in the 2020–21 season on a five-year agreement.
  • Weyl brought the early period of the development of the theory of Lie groups to fruition, for not only did he classify irreducible representations of semisimple Lie groups and connect the theory of groups with quantum mechanics, but he also put Lie's theory itself on firmer footing by clearly enunciating the distinction between Lie's "infinitesimal groups" (i.e., Lie algebras) and the Lie groups proper, and began investigations of topology of Lie groups.
  • Under Louis XVI, the idea of a royal museum in the Louvre came closer to fruition.
  • Any economist will consider the immediate opportunity cost of the logrolling procedure within the legislative body, as well as the external cost of the vote (the cost to enact and see the bill through to fruition).

  • The principle of the jet engine is not new; however, the technical advances necessary to make the idea work did not come to fruition until the 20th century.
  • Meegan Lee Ochs, who worked as Sean Penn's personal assistant from 1983 to 1985, wrote in her foreword to "Farewells & Fantasies" that she and Penn discussed "over many years" the possibility of making a movie about her father; the plan has not yet come to fruition, although Penn expressed an interest in the project as recently as February 2009.
  • In 2004, a standard gauge railway was opened between Alice Springs and Darwin, completing the Adelaide–Darwin rail corridor and bringing to fruition the dream of a transcontinental railway initiated in 1878 with the Central Australia Railway from the south and the North Australia Railway from the north – but with a gap of more than 800 km (500 mi) between Alice Springs and Birdum still to be bridged when the antique [...] narrow-gauge railway was closed in 1976.
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