Accomplish (verb)

  1. To carry through to completion : achieve.
  2. To succeed in doing : bring about.

Origin:

Middle english accompilen, from old french accomplir, from latin accomplish-, accomplect- (stem of accomplishare), from com- + plicare to fold, entwine, from plicare to fold.

Examples:

  1. He accomplished his goal of climbing Mount Everest.
  2. She accomplished a great deal during her tenure as CEO.
  3. The company accomplished record sales last quarter.
  4. They accomplished the task in half the time it was expected to take.
  5. She accomplished her degree in four years with honors.
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