succeed

  • 21succeed*/*/*/ — [səkˈsiːd] verb 1) to achieve something that you planned to do or attempted to do Ant: fail Everyone wants the peace process to succeed.[/ex] We finally succeeded in getting some extra funding.[/ex] 2) [I] to do well in school, in your career, or …

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  • 22succeed — verb Etymology: Middle English succeden, from Anglo French succeeder, from Latin succedere to go up, follow after, succeed, from sub near + cedere to go more at sub Date: 14th century intransitive verb 1. a. to come next after another in office… …

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  • 23succeed — Synonyms and related words: accomplish, achieve, act for, advance, arrive, attain, attend, be a gas, be a hit, be a success, be blooded, be successful, be victorious, bill, bomb, boom, break the record, bring off, bring through, c, carry off,… …

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  • 24succeed — [15] To succeed someone is etymologically to ‘go next to them’, hence to follow them. The word comes via Old French succeder from Latin succēdere, a compound verb formed from the prefix sub ‘under’ (used here in the sense ‘next below’, hence… …

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  • 25succeed — v 1. turn out well, Inf. pan out, work out; reach or get to first base, get off the ground, Sl. fly. 2. accomplish, do, carry out or through, complete, fulfill, realize; achieve, attain, reach, arrive at; succeed in, manage, bring off, Sl. pull… …

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  • 26succeed — [15] To succeed someone is etymologically to ‘go next to them’, hence to follow them. The word comes via Old French succeder from Latin succēdere, a compound verb formed from the prefix sub ‘under’ (used here in the sense ‘next below’, hence… …

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  • 27succeed in — phr verb Succeed in is used with these nouns as the object: ↑attempt, ↑bid, ↑objective, ↑task …

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  • 28succeed to — phr verb Succeed to is used with these nouns as the object: ↑throne …

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  • 29SUCCEED — Southeastern University and College Coalition for Engineering Education http://succeed.ee.vt.edu/ …

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  • 30succeed — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. follow, come after; displace, supplant; thrive (see success). See sequence. Ant., fail, precede. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To attain success] Syn. achieve, accomplish, get, prosper, attain, reach, be… …

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  • 31SUCCEED — Southeastern University and College Coalition for Engineering Education (http://succeed.ee.vt.edu/) …

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  • 32succeed to — become the new rightful holder of an office, title, etc. → succeed …

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  • 33succeed — verb 1》 achieve an aim or purpose.     ↘attain fame, wealth, or social status. 2》 take over an office, title, etc. from (someone).     ↘(often succeed to) become the new rightful holder of an office, title, etc. 3》 come after and take the place… …

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  • 34succeed to — 1. Follow, succeed, come after. 2. Take the place of, assume the authority of …

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  • 35succeed — see if at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again nothing succeeds like success …

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  • 36succeed — See: HOWLING SUCCESS, NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS …

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  • 37succeed — See: HOWLING SUCCESS, NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS …

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  • 38succeed — verb a) To follow in order; to come next after; hence, to take the place of. The kings eldest son succeeds his father on the throne. b) To obtain the object desired; to accomplish what is attempted or intended; to have a prosperous issue or… …

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  • 39succeed — See: howling success, nothing succeeds like success …

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  • 40succeed — suc·ceed || sÉ™k sɪːd v. prosper; achieve, attain; come after, follow; take the place of; inherit …

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