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verb [T]
to succeed in finishing something or reaching an aim, especially after a lot of work or effort
The government's training policy, he claimed, was achieving its objectives.
She finally achieved her ambition to visit South America.
I've been working all day, but I feel as if I've achieved nothing.
→  See also underachieve Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
Translations of “achieve”
in Spanish conseguir, lograr…
in Arabic يُنْجِز, يُحقِّق…
in Korean -를 이루다…
in Portuguese conseguir, alcançar…
in French réaliser…
in German erreichen…
in Catalan aconseguir…
in Japanese ~を達成する, ~に成功する…
in Russian достигать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指經過努力)完成,達到,實現…
in Italian ottenere, raggiungere…
in Turkish başarmak…
in Polish osiągać…
(Definition of achieve from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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