Bedeutung von “succeed” — Learner’s Dictionary

succeed

verb us uk /səkˈsiːd/
We have to succeed at all costs.It is highly unlikely that they will succeed.She had a single-minded determination to succeed in her career.It is arguable whether this method would even have succeeded.She doesn't have the slightest chance of succeeding.
ACHIEVE [ I ]

B1 to achieve what you are trying to achieve:

She has the skill and determination to succeed.
[ + in + doing sth ] He has finally succeeded in passing his exams.
TAKE POSITION [ T ]

to take an official job or position after someone else:

The Queen was succeeded by her eldest son when she died.

(Definition von “succeed” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)