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the fruit(s) of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe fruit(s) of somethingthe fruit(s) of somethingRESULTthe good results that you have from something, after you have worked very hard I’m looking forward to retirement and having time to enjoy the fruits of my labour (=the results of my hard work). fruit
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the fruit(s) of somethingSuch, then, are the fruits of Tod's meticulous vandalism.You will eat the fruit of your labour; blessings and prosperity will be yours.As the deficit developed, it enabled the fruits of that revolution to seem greater to consumers than they really were.For style purposes, choose your plants carefully to enjoy the fruit of your labour all year round.As for this year's event the fruits of its endeavours may not be fairly assessed in the short term.They provide for the less committed who still wish to enjoy some of the fruits of the soccer culture.This is our economic argument: a path to personal enrichment from the fruits of economic progress more widely shared.The governments there will welcome the fruits of your labours because they can not provide those fruits for themselves.
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