From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccomplishac‧com‧plish /əˈkʌmplɪʃ $ əˈkɑːm-, əˈkʌm-/ ●○○ verb [transitive]DOto succeed in doing something, especially after trying very hard syn achieveWe have accomplished all we set out to do.Mission accomplished (=we have done what we intended to do).► see thesaurus at succeed→ See Verb table
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accomplish• Amy's very proud of what she's accomplished.• At any rate, it had been accomplished.• Easy enough to say, but sometimes hard to accomplish!• She found the job frustrating, and felt she wasn't accomplishing anything there.• How can so much movement in the wrongdirection be accomplished in one year?• As you accomplishtasks, cross them off your list.• But not all pretendeddeeds have to fall short of their normalfunction in order to accomplish their communicativepurpose.• What exactly do you hope to accomplish this year?Mission accomplished• And that was it? Mission accomplished?• Carol hadn't stirred. Mission accomplished.• Then retreat along the trail. Mission accomplished.