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British pronunciation/kˈʌm ˌʌp wɪððə ɡˈʊdz/
American pronunciation/kˈʌm ˌʌp wɪððə ɡˈʊdz/
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to deliver what was promised or expected, especially when it comes to achieving a particular result or fulfilling an obligation

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to [come] up with the goods definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "come up with the goods" and when to use it?

The idiom "come up with the goods" likely originated in the business or trade world, and it refers to someone's ability to produce the expected or required results, often when faced with a challenge or task. It is often used to imply that a person can deliver on their promises or meet the expectations placed upon them, typically in situations where success might have been in doubt.

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