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achiever

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishachievera‧chiev‧er /əˈtʃiːvə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  SUCCESSFULsomeone who is successful because they are determined and work hardunderachiever, overachiever
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achieverI guess it was clear to all that I was bright and an achiever.I guess it was clear to everyone that I was bright and an achiever.We all need to help one another become achievers.Christopher came from a comfortable family of upper-middle-class achievers.You are more serious in your approach to the job, and you are probably a high achiever.Growing up in Lancaster County, Kenneff was considered a fine schoolboy, a high achiever.The study shows that only-children tend to be high achievers in school.The students surveyed are considered high achievers, 16 to 18 years old, with an A or B average.So many women today were independent high achievers, controlling their own money and their own lives.Society is always interested in achievers.
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