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  1. ac·com·plish
  2. verb

    • 1. achieve or complete successfully:

      the planes accomplished their mission
    • 2. fill in (a form):

      once this form has been accomplished, the applicant needs to secure supporting documents
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: accomplish, 3rd person present: accomplishes, gerund or present participle: accomplishing, past tense: accomplished, past participle: accomplished

    • verb

      achieve or complete successfully:

      fill in (a form):

    • adjective

      highly trained or skilled:

      having a higher level of education than average and good social skills:

    • adjective

      highly trained or skilled in a particular activity:

      well educated and having good social skills:

    • used to indicate that an objective has been achieved or a task completed
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