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|English to German translations [PRO]|
Social Sciences - Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc.
|English term or phrase: to come through for sb.|
|In a film about a son who has to take care of his sick father whom he doesn't like very much:|
"You are the last person I thought would ever come through for me."
... für mich sorgt?
... es mit mir aushält?
... sich um mich kümmert?
|für jemanden da sein|
to come through for someone is für jemanden da sein = to be there for s.o.
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