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verb (intr)
(adverb) to emerge successfully
(preposition) to survive (an illness, setback, etc)
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come through

1

Also, come through with. Do what is required or anticipated; succeed. For example, My parents really came through for me when I needed help, or He came through with flying colors. [Late 1800s]

2

Become manifested or be communicated, as in He tried to keep a straight face but his true feelings came through nevertheless. [Mid-1900s]

3

Be approved, as in If the second mortgage comes through, we can afford to redecorate.

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