Synonyms and related words:
achieve, act, approach, arrive, arrive at, arrive in, attain, attain to, be productive, be received, blow in, bob up, bring about, bring into being, bring off, bring through, bring to completion, bring to fruition, bring to pass, carry off, carry out, carry through, cause, check in, clock in, come, come in, come to, come to hand, commit, compass, complete, conclude, conduct, consummate, cope with, crown with success, cut, deal with, discharge, dispatch, dispose of, do, do the job, do the trick, do to, effect, effectuate, eke out, enact, end, engineer, execute, fetch, fetch up at, fill in, fill out, find, finish, fulfill, gain, get by, get in, get there, get to, go and do, hack, handle, hit, hit town, industrialize, inflict, knock off, make, make good, make it, make up, manage, mass-produce, mature, overproduce, pay, perform, perpetrate, piece out, polish off, pop up, produce, pull in, pull off, punch in, put across, put away, put over, put through, reach, realize, refill, render, replenish, ring in, roll in, round out, score, show up, sign in, succeed, swing, take and do, take care of, time in, top off, transact, turn the trick, turn up, up and do, volume-produce, win, wind up, work, work out, wreak

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  • Accomplish — Ac*com plish, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Accomplished}, p. pr. & vb. n. {Accomplishing}.] [OE. acomplissen, OF. accomplir, F. accomplir; L. ad + complere to fill up, complete. See {Complete}, {Finish}.] 1. To complete, as time or distance. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • accomplish — I verb achieve, attain, bring about, complete, consummate, discharge, dispatch, effect, enact, execute, finish, fulfill, realize, succeed II index attain, avail (bring about), carry (succeed) …   Law dictionary

  • accomplish — (v.) late 14c., from O.Fr. acompliss , prp. stem of acomplir to fulfill, fill up, complete (12c.), from V.L. *accomplere, from L. ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + complere fill up (see COMPLETE (Cf. complete)). Related: ACCOMPLISHED ( …   Etymology dictionary

  • accomplish — achieve, effect, fulfill, discharge, execute, *perform Analogous words: complete, finish, conclude (see CLOSE): consummate (see corresponding adjective at CONSUMMATE): implement, *enforce Antonyms: undo Contrasted words: thwart, *frustrate, foil …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • accomplish — [v] succeed in doing achieve, arrive, attain, bring about, bring off, carry out, conclude, consummate, do, do a bang up job*, do justice*, do one proud*, do the trick*, effect, finish, fulfill, gain, get someplace*, get there*, hit*, make hay*,… …   New thesaurus

  • accomplish — ► VERB ▪ achieve or complete successfully. ORIGIN Old French acomplir, from Latin complere to complete …   English terms dictionary

  • accomplish — [ə käm′plish; ] also [, əkum′plish] vt. [ME accomplisshen < OFr acompliss , extended stem of acomplir < VL * adcomplere < L ad , intens. + complere: see COMPLETE] 1. to do; succeed in doing; complete (a task, time, or distance) 2. to… …   English World dictionary

  • accomplish — 01. If you work hard, I m sure you will [accomplish] your goal. 02. Getting accepted into medical school was an [accomplishment] in itself. Now, though, the hard work really starts. 03. My sister is an [accomplished] piano player who has… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • accomplish — /əˈkʌmplɪʃ / (say uh kumplish), / ˈkɒm / (say kom ) verb (t) 1. to bring to pass; carry out; perform: to accomplish one s mission. 2. to bring to a successful finish: to accomplish the work. 3. Archaic to complete: to accomplish four score years… …   Australian English dictionary

  • accomplish */ — UK [əˈkʌmplɪʃ] / US verb [transitive] Word forms accomplish : present tense I/you/we/they accomplish he/she/it accomplishes present participle accomplishing past tense accomplished past participle accomplished to succeed in doing something,… …   English dictionary

  • accomplish — transitive verb Etymology: Middle English accomplisshen, from Anglo French accompliss , stem of accomplir, from Vulgar Latin *accomplēre, from Latin ad + complēre to fill up more at complete Date: 14th century 1. to bring about (a result) by… …   New Collegiate Dictionary