accomplish accomplish  /ə ˈkɑm plɪʃ/


  1. (v) put in effect
  2. (v) to gain with effort


  1. They take on challenges the rest of the world often prefers to avoid, reminding us all just how much a single person, even in the face of adversity, can accomplish.
  2. His government has been unable to accomplish much of what it set out to do.
  3. It's amazing what a little free beer can accomplish.


  1. Torii Hunter joins 300-home run club

    Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter hit home run No. 300 of his major-league career on Sunday against the Minnesota Twins , becoming the 136th player in major-league history to accomplish the feat.
    on June 17, 2013     Source:

  2. Sex in the Garden program set for June 29

    Discover how and why plants use their characteristics such as shape, color, scent and other means to accomplish fertilization at the program “Sex in the Garden.”
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The News-Herald

  3. Why the Masters-US Open Double Is So Tough to Accomplish

    Adam Scott’s efforts to add a 2013 U.S. Open title to his career-making Masters triumph was doomed even before he arrived at Merion Golf Club this week; he just didn't know it. Not because winning at Augusta National and then at the USGA ’s signature event isn't possible, it just turns out you have to be an immortal golfer to accomplish it. Since the Masters was first played in 1934, only four ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "We need more troops, more helicopters, better intelligence-gathering and more nonmilitary assistance to accomplish the mission there," Obama said.
    on Jul 14, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: CBS News

  2. "Partnering with William Morris will enable me to broaden the scope of my career in creative and innovative ways," Rodriguez said in a statement in The Wall Street Journal. "I'm excited to see what we will be able to accomplish together, both...
    on Jul 22, 2008 By: Alex Rodriguez Source: USA Today

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