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achieve certain knowledge
achieve excess proficiency
achieve excess specialization
achieve one's quota
achieve or collect with difficulty
achieve what one is attempting
achieved by hard work
[UK: ətʃiːvd biː hɑːd wəːk]
achieved his dreams
[UK: ətʃiːvd haiz driːmz]
achieved his objective
[UK: ətʃiːvd haiz əbdʒektiv]
achieved nothing
[UK: ətʃiːvd nʌθiŋ]
achieved success
[UK: ətʃiːvd səkses]
achieved two opposite goals
[UK: ətʃiːvd twou ɔpəzit goulz]
achieved world-wide renown
[UK: ətʃiːvd wəːldwaid rinaun]
achievement motivation
[UK: ətʃiːvmənt moutiveiʃən]
achievement of objectives
[UK: ətʃiːvmənt ɔf əbdʒektivz]
achievement oriented
[UK: ətʃiːvmənt ɔːriəntid]
achievement potential
[UK: ətʃiːvmənt pətenʃl]
achievement principle
[UK: ətʃiːvmənt prinsəpl]
achievement test
[UK: ətʃiːvmənt tist]
achievement-oriented
[UK: ətʃiːvmənt tist]
achievements
[UK: ətʃiːvmənts]
achiever
[UK: ətʃiːvmənts]
achieves
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
begin to achieve
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
hard to achieve
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
overachieve
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
to achieve
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
try to achieve
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
wants to achieve
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
able to be achieved
[UK: ətʃiːvz]
academic achievement
[UK: ækədemik ətʃiːvmənt]
brilliant achievement
[UK: briliənt ətʃiːvmənt]
british medal of achievement
[UK: britiʃ medl ɔf ətʃiːvmənt]
can be achieved
[UK: britiʃ medl ɔf ətʃiːvmənt]
capability of being achieved
[UK: keipəbilitiː ɔf biːiŋ ətʃiːvd]
certificate of high achievement
[UK: sətifikeit ɔf hai ətʃiːvmənt]
designed to achieve a goal
[UK: sətifikeit ɔf hai ətʃiːvmənt]
desperately try to achieve something
[UK: sətifikeit ɔf hai ətʃiːvmənt]
distance achieved
[UK: distəns ətʃiːvd]
great achievement
[UK: greit ətʃiːvmənt]
had achievements
[UK: hædətʃæt ətʃiːvmənts]
impressive technological achievement
[UK: impresiv teknəlɔdʒikl ətʃiːvmənt]
latest achievement
[UK: leitist ətʃiːvmənt]
masterly-achievement
[UK: mɑːstəliːətʃiːvmənt]
most recent achievement
[UK: moust riːsnt ətʃiːvmənt]
not achieved
[UK: nout ətʃiːvd]
one of low achievement
[UK: wʌn ɔf lou ətʃiːvmənt]
one who obtains or achieves
[UK: wʌn hou əbteinz ər ətʃiːvz]
previous achievements
[UK: priːviəs ətʃiːvmənts]
sense of achievement
[UK: sens ɔf ətʃiːvmənt]
soldier of remarkable achievement
[UK: souldiər ɔf rimɑːkəbl ətʃiːvmənt]
standard that cannot be achieved
[UK: souldiər ɔf rimɑːkəbl ətʃiːvmənt]
still achieves good results
[UK: stil ətʃiːvz gud rizʌlts]
study achievements
[UK: stʌdiː ətʃiːvmənts]
tremendous achievement
[UK: trimindaus ətʃiːvmənt]
unachieved
[UK: trimindaus ətʃiːvmənt]
underachiever
[UK: trimindaus ətʃiːvmənt]
way to achieve a goal
[UK: trimindaus ətʃiːvmənt]
way to achieve goals
[UK: trimindaus ətʃiːvmənt]

Example Sentences Including 'achieve'

There are several methods to achieve simplicity in a photograph.

This is your opportunity to set new personal goals and know you will achieve them.

Planning is the process of thinking about the activities required to achieve a desired goal.

The higher you aim your goals, the more you can achieve.

But, it turns out that many of our favourite, long-term blonde celebs have actually hit the bottle to achieve their golden tresses.

An analgesic or painkiller is any member of the group of drugs used to achieve analgesia, relief from pain.

Boss Jose Mourinho is keen to replace bit-part players like Luke Shaw, Matteo Darmian and even Anthony Martial with signings that can help him achieve his goal of dislodging Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table.

Project management is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time.

In software engineering, the delegation pattern is an object-oriented design pattern that allows object composition to achieve the same code reuse as inheritance.

Photo manipulation involves transforming or altering a photograph using various methods and techniques to achieve desired results.

In contemporary business and science, a project is an individual or collaborative enterprise, possibly involving research or design, that is carefully planned, usually by a project team, to achieve a particular aim.

We share advice for how to achieve these Instagram-ready looks and where to get the supplies.

Augmentation, in the context of the pharmacological management of Psychiatry, refers to the combination of two or more drugs to achieve better treatment results.

The degrees of freedom problem or motor equivalence problem in motor control states that there are multiple ways for humans or animals to perform a movement in order to achieve the same goal.

Collective action refers to action taken together by a group of people whose goal is to enhance their status and achieve a common objective.

How did the singer make her name, how quickly did she achieve her success, and is she dating anyone.

An offensive is a military operation that seeks through aggressive projection of armed force to occupy territory, gain an objective or achieve some larger strategic, operational, or tactical goal.

In ordinary computer programming, the programmer keeps the program's intended results in mind and painstakingly constructs a computer program to achieve those results.

Lighting or illumination is the deliberate use of light to achieve a practical or aesthetic effect.

An alliance is a relationship among people, groups, or states that have joined together for mutual benefit or to achieve some common purpose, whether or not explicit agreement has been worked out among them.





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