Achiever (noun)

  1. A person who achieves success, especially in their professional or academic pursuits.
  2. A person who sets and attains goals.

Origin:

From achieve + -er, from the middle english acheve, from old french achever, from latin ad- ("to") + capere ("to take, capture").

Examples:

  1. He was considered a high-achiever in his field.
  2. She was an over-achiever, constantly setting and achieving new goals.
  3. He was a natural-born over-achiever who always set high standards for himself.
  4. She was an under-achiever who had a lot of potential but never fully realized it.
  5. He was a consistent over-achiever who was always pushing himself to do better.
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