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Accomplish vs. Achieve

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Accomplishverb

(transitive) To finish successfully.

Achieveverb

(intransitive) To succeed in something, now especially in academic performance.

Accomplishverb

(transitive) To complete, as time or distance.

Achieveverb

(transitive) To carry out successfully; to accomplish.

Accomplishverb

(transitive) To execute fully; to fulfill; to complete successfully.

‘to accomplish a design, an object, a promise’;

Achieveverb

To conclude, finish, especially successfully.

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Accomplishverb

To equip or furnish thoroughly; hence, to complete in acquirements; to render accomplished; to polish.

Achieveverb

(transitive) To obtain, or gain (a desired result, objective etc.), as the result of exertion; to succeed in gaining; to win.

Accomplishverb

To gain; to obtain.

Achieveverb

To conclude, to turn out.

Accomplishverb

To complete, as time or distance.

‘That He would accomplish seventy years in the desolations of Jerusalem.’; ‘He had accomplished half a league or more.’;

Achieveverb

To obtain (a material thing).

‘Show all the spoils by valiant kings achieved.’; ‘He hath achieved a maid / That paragons description.’;

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Accomplishverb

To bring to an issue of full success; to effect; to perform; to execute fully; to fulfill; as, to accomplish a design, an object, a promise.

‘This that is written must yet be accomplished in me.’;

Achieveverb

To carry on to a final close; to bring out into a perfected state; to accomplish; to perform; - as, to achieve a feat, an exploit, an enterprise.

‘Supposing faculties and powers to be the same, far more may be achieved in any line by the aid of a capital, invigorating motive than without it.’;

Accomplishverb

To equip or furnish thoroughly; hence, to complete in acquirements; to render accomplished; to polish.

‘The armorers accomplishing the knights.’; ‘It [the moon] is fully accomplished for all those ends to which Providence did appoint it.’; ‘These qualities . . . go to accomplish a perfect woman.’;

Achieveverb

To obtain, or gain, as the result of exertion; to succeed in gaining; to win.

‘Some are born great, some achieve greatness.’; ‘Thou hast achieved our liberty.’; ‘Show all the spoils by valiant kings achieved.’; ‘He hath achieved a maidThat paragons description.’;

Accomplishverb

To gain; to obtain.

‘He . . . expressed his desire to see a union accomplished between England and Scotland.’; ‘To work in close design by fraud or guileWhat force effected not.’; ‘The Saints, like stars, around his seatPerform their courses still.’;

Achieveverb

To finish; to kill.

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Accomplishverb

put in effect;

‘carry out a task’; ‘execute the decision of the people’; ‘He actioned the operation’;

Achieveverb

to gain with effort;

‘she achieved her goal despite setbacks’;

Accomplishverb

to gain with effort;

‘she achieved her goal despite setbacks’;

Achieveverb

successfully bring about or reach (a desired objective or result) by effort, skill, or courage

‘people striving to achieve’; ‘the killings achieved nothing’; ‘he achieved his ambition to become a press photographer’;

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