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fulfil your potential/promise

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfulfil your potential/promisefulfil your potential/promiseSUCCESSFULto be as successful as you possibly can be We want to make sure that all children are able to fulfil their potential. fulfil
Examples from the Corpus
fulfil your potential/promiseAll girls and boys, from every background, must be able to discover their talents and fulfil their potential.Draft history is full of players who never fulfilled their promise.For 15 years, Lindbergh more than fulfilled its promise.I was wrong: it has not yet fulfilled its promise.Lewis has begun to fulfil his promise.But there is grave doubt among environmentalists as to whether the Government will fulfil its promises according to schedule.We only fulfil our potential as individuals in working with and for others, as well as for ourselves.Many teachers express concern that even their more able pupils do not fulfil their potential in the subject.
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