The expression “bottom line” means the final outcome or the conclusion of something. For example:
- We will get to the bottom line of the project by June.
- We hope that the bottom line of this surgery will help you walk again.
- The bottom line is there is not enough money to continue running the business.
- The bottom line is, he is gone and there is nothing we can do about it.
The verb “deliver” means to bring something to somebody or somewhere. Therefore “to deliver to the bottom line” may mean to bring a project to it’s final result.
Take a look at the examples below:
- Deliver this projector the bottom line and you will get that promotion.
- If the doctors deliver this surgery to the bottom line, I might be able to walk again.