accomplish definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to achieve doing; bring to pass. See Synonyms at perform.
    • to attain the end of; total.
    • to accomplish, as time or length.
    • To bring to an issue of complete success; to result; to do; to execute fully; to satisfy.
    • To equip or provide thoroughly; therefore, to accomplish in acquirements; to render achieved; to polish.
    • to achieve; to have.
  • verb:
    • To finish successfully.
    • to perform, as time or distance.
    • to create to a problem of full success; to impact; to execute; to execute fully; to meet; since, to achieve a design, an object, a promise.
    • To provide or furnish carefully; therefore, to accomplish in acquirements; to make achieved; to polish.
    • To gain; to have. - Shakespeare
    • devote result
    • to get with energy
  • others:
    • To complete; finish; reach the end of; bring to pass; actually do: because, he works tough, but accomplishes nothing.
    • to effect a result of by overall performance or understanding; execute; perform; fulfil: as, to accomplish a vow, vow, function, or prophecy.
    • Hence to get; get as the result of effort.
    • which will make total by furnishing what's wanting: as— To provide or provide with content things.
    • To equip or furnish psychologically; fit by training or instruction.
    • Synonyms and Execute, Achieve, etc. (see perform), total, finish, consummate, succeed in, exercise, fulfil, recognize, provide pass, end.

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