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accomplishverb [T]

uk   /əˈkʌm.plɪʃ/  us   /əˈkɑːm.plɪʃ/
C1 to ​finish something ​successfully or to ​achieve something: The ​students accomplished the ​task in less than ten ​minutes. She accomplished such a lot during her ​visit. I ​feel as if I've accomplished nothing since I ​left my ​job.

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(Definition of accomplish from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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accomplishverb [T]

 us   /əˈkɑm·plɪʃ/
to do or ​finish something ​successfully; ​achieve something: On ​retiring from the ​Congress, he said he had accomplished everything he set out to do.
(Definition of accomplish from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “accomplish”
in Korean 성취하다…
in Arabic يُنجِز, يُتِمّ…
in Malaysian laksanakan…
in French accomplir…
in Russian выполнять…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完成, 實現, 達到…
in Italian portare a termine, compiere…
in Turkish başarmak, üstesinden gelmek…
in Polish osiągać…
in Spanish realizar, lograr…
in Vietnamese hoàn thành…
in Portuguese realizar, alcançar…
in Thai ทำสำเร็จ…
in German schaffen…
in Catalan acomplir, dur a terme…
in Japanese ~を成し遂げる, 達成する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完成, 实现, 达到…
in Indonesian menyelesaikan, menyempurnakan…
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