Rachel Liv
Deliver on the promise. Is it correct to use deliver on a promise ?
Nov 22, 2016 7:36 PM
Answers · 2
Yes, and it can convey a feeling of disappointment with it as well. You were possibly expecting them to do what they promised, but they did not do so. We can also use the expression "to make good on a promise." It's the same idea.
November 22, 2016
I want to say yes. I know in spoken English, I've heard people say things like, ' she didn't deliver on a promise,' when talking about why they disliked someone. It just depends on the context of the situation.
November 22, 2016
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Rachel Liv
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English, Portuguese
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English