What is the meaning, origin and usage of word ‘Fruition’?

It refers to the point at which something is realised or accomplished, often indicating the fulfilment or completion of a goal, plan, or desire.

Origin: The word originated from the Latin word "fruitio," which means "enjoyment" or "use." It entered the English language in the late 15th century.

Usage: After years of hard work and dedication, Sarah's dream of starting her own business finally came to fruition.

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