accomplish [uh-kom-plish] Show IPA
|Part of Speech:||verb|
|Definition:||succeed in doing|
|Synonyms:||achieve, arrive, attain, bring about, bring off, carry out, conclude, consummate, do, do a bang-up job, do justice, do one proud, do the trick, effect, finish, fulfill, gain, get someplace, get there, hit*, make hay, make it, manage, nail it, perform, produce, pull off, put it over, rack up, reach, realize, score*, sew up, take care of, win|
|Notes:||achieve means 'to bring to a successful conclusion' (literally French 'to bring to a head') and accomplish means 'to perform fully'; the completion of achievement is more comprehensive|
|Antonyms:||abandon, fail, give up, not finish, nullify, relinquish|
|Category:||1. Moral obligations|
right; what ought to be, what should be; fitness; summum jus., justice, equity; equitableness; propriety; fair play, impartiality, measure for measure, give and take, lex talionis., Astraea, Nemesis, Themis., scales of justice, evenhanded justice, karma; suum cuique; clear stage, fair field and no favor., morals (duty); law; honor (probity); virtue.
be right; stand to reason., see justice done, see one righted, see fair play; do justice to; recompense (reward); bold the scales even, give and take; serve one right, put the saddle on the right horse; give every one his due, give the devil his due; audire alteram partem., deserve (be entitled to).
rightly; au-bon droit, au bon droit, in justice, in equity, in reason., without distinction of persons, without regard to persons, without respect to persons; upon even terms.
Dieu et mon droit; "in equal scale weighing delight and dole" [Hamlet]; justitia cuum cuique distribuit [Cicero]; justititiae soror incorrupta fides; justitia virtutem
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