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accomplish

verb /əˈkampliʃ, (American) -ˈkom-/
to complete (something) successfully
realizar, lograr
He had accomplished everything he had intended to do.
accomplished adjective skilled
consumado
She is an accomplished singer who has often performed in public.
accomplishment noun a special skill
talento
Her accomplishments include being able to speak several foreign languages.
the act of completing something
realización; logro
Hard work resulted in the accomplishment of his aim to become a self-made businessman.
Translations of “accomplish”
in Arabic يُنجِز, يُتِمّ…
in Korean 성취하다…
in Malaysian laksanakan…
in French accomplir…
in Turkish başarmak, üstesinden gelmek…
in Italian portare a termine, compiere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完成, 實現, 達到…
in Russian выполнять…
in Polish osiągać…
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 Indonesian menyelesaikan, menyempurnakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完成, 实现, 达到…
(Definition of accomplish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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