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Translation of "achieve" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

achieve

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈtʃiːv/
to succeed in finishing something or reaching an aim, especially after a lot of work or effort
(尤指经过努力)完成,达到,实现
The government's training policy, he claimed, was achieving its objectives.
他称政府制定的培训方针即将达到预期目标。
She finally achieved her ambition to visit South America.
她终于实现了去南美洲旅游的梦想。
I've been working all day, but I feel as if I've achieved nothing.
我干了整整一天,但觉得好像什么都没有做成。
→  See also underachieve Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
Translations of “achieve”
in Arabic يُنْجِز, يُحقِّق…
in Korean -를 이루다…
in Malaysian mencapai…
in French réaliser…
in Turkish başarmak…
in Italian ottenere, raggiungere…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指經過努力)完成,達到,實現…
in Russian достигать…
in Polish osiągać…
in Vietnamese đạt được…
in Spanish conseguir, lograr…
in Portuguese conseguir, alcançar…
in Thai สำเร็จ…
in German erreichen…
in Catalan aconseguir…
in Japanese ~を達成する, ~に成功する…
in Indonesian mencapai…
(Definition of achieve from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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