deliver on

idiom

: to do what is required by (a promise or pledge)
He failed to deliver on his promise.

Examples of deliver on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web President Trump will deliver on his promises to secure the border, fix the economy, and restore America's standing across the globe. Brianne Pfannenstiel, USA TODAY, 14 Apr. 2024 But the company’s own rank and file workers can also be a problem for companies trying to deliver on their DEI goals. Emma Burleigh, Fortune, 4 Apr. 2024 Its adjustable vent system and excellent heat retention deliver on performance, and the 572-square-inch cooking area is almost twice the amount of our overall best pick. Carrie Honaker, Southern Living, 1 Apr. 2024 Italian restaurants are a dime a dozen in a city in New York, though few places deliver on food, beverage, and ambiance like Cucina Alba. Vicki Denig, Forbes, 28 Mar. 2024 But Renegade Nell never does deliver on the early promise of its concept, and eventually settles into the disappointment of unfulfilled potential. Angie Han, The Hollywood Reporter, 28 Mar. 2024 Be forewarned, however; this deal is not advertised publicly, so dealers may not be particularly excited to deliver on it. Logan Carter / Jalopnik, Quartz, 22 Mar. 2024 These values should support a culture that enables the organization to deliver on its purpose. Dr. Tracy Cocivera, Forbes, 29 Feb. 2024 Another potential pitfall: The language model could make promises that the candidate is not willing to deliver on. Morgan Radford, NBC News, 29 Feb. 2024

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“Deliver on.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/deliver%20on. Accessed 24 Apr. 2024.

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