Accomplished in spanish


pronunciation: koʊnsumɑdoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

accomplish = conseguir, lograr, hacer, llevar a cabo, realizar. 

Example: If a library prefers to simplify records in particular areas, this can usually be accomplished by not entering particular types of information.


» accomplish + a change = lograr un cambio.

Example: It seems like he's itching for a change but doesn't know exactly the direction or directions to pursue in order to accomplish the change.

» accomplish + a feat = realizar una proeza, lograr una hazaña.

Example: This article describes briefly how this remarkable feat was accomplished.

» accomplish + a goal = conseguir una meta, alcanzar una meta.

Example: The astute leader will establish short- and long-range goals for the institution, develop specific objectives to accomplish those goals, and activities to meet the objectives.

» accomplish + a manoeuvre = lograr realizar una maniobra.

Example: Ostensibly, the maneuver was accomplished to curb patronage abuses and make it easier to dismiss deadwood employees in the long run.

» accomplish + a miracle = realizar un milagro.

Example: Nothing could be further from the truth, for Balzac had accomplished miracles since he arrived in Rolling Ridge six years ago.

» accomplish + a mission = cumplir una misión, llevar a cabo una misión.

Example: The library emerged as the vehicle to accomplish this mission.

» accomplish + an objective = conseguir un objetivo.

Example: My approach here is always to go back and see what objectives our predecessors have tried to accomplish.

» accomplish + a responsibility = cumplir una responsabilidad.

Example: To accomplish this responsibility, the elements of due process must also be applied to selection.

» accomplish + a task = cumplir una tarea, realizar una tarea.

Example: The goal may be of little value or of high scientific or cultural significance, but energy is put forth to accomplish a task.

» accomplish + the impossible = conseguir lo imposible, lograr lo imposible.

Example: The author suggests a moratorium on publishing the UN's activities for so that there would then be no need for indexes that, failing to accomplish the impossible, are cavalierly declared inadequate.

accomplished = consumado, hábil, diestro. 

Example: This specialised clientele is eclectic and ranges from novices to the most accomplished artists and includes painters, sculptors and graphic artists.


» duty accomplished = deber cumplido.

Example: Then she sat back, happy in the virtuous sensation of duty accomplished.

» get + Nombre + accomplished = realizar, conseguir, llevar a cabo.

Example: Making a to-do list is a great way to see at a glance what you need to get accomplished in a day.

» mission accomplished = misión cumplida.

Example: The article 'Socialism: mission accomplished or Mission Impossible' traces the development of socialism in Europe & North America since the late 19th century, when socialism represented a way to regulate capitalism.

Accomplished synonyms

complete in spanish: completar, pronunciation: kəmplit part of speech: adjective, verb established in spanish: establecido, pronunciation: ɪstæblɪʃt part of speech: adjective effected in spanish: efectuado, pronunciation: ɪfektəd part of speech: adjective settled in spanish: colocado, pronunciation: setəld part of speech: adjective completed in spanish: terminado, pronunciation: kəmplitəd part of speech: adjective realized in spanish: dio cuenta, pronunciation: riəlaɪzd part of speech: adjective skilled in spanish: experto, pronunciation: skɪld part of speech: adjective
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