Accomplished: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Hypernym Verb Group
achieve 100 To gain with effort she achieved her goal despite setbacks Verb No Data succeed No Data
accomplish 29 Put in effect carry out a task, execute the decision of the people, He actioned the operation Verb No Data complete Follow through
carry out 21 Put in effect carry out a task, execute the decision of the people, He actioned the operation Verb No Data complete Follow through
reach 18 To gain with effort she achieved her goal despite setbacks Verb No Data succeed No Data
attain 16 To gain with effort she achieved her goal despite setbacks Verb No Data succeed No Data
accomplish 13 To gain with effort she achieved her goal despite setbacks Verb No Data succeed No Data
fulfill 10 Put in effect carry out a task, execute the decision of the people, He actioned the operation Verb No Data complete Follow through
completed 4 Successfully completed or brought to an end his mission accomplished he took a vacation, the completed project, the joy of a realized ambition overcame him Adjective complete No Data No Data
carry through 4 Put in effect carry out a task, execute the decision of the people, He actioned the operation Verb No Data complete Follow through
fulfil 3 Put in effect carry out a task, execute the decision of the people, He actioned the operation Verb No Data complete Follow through
accomplished 1 Highly skilled an accomplished pianist, a complete musician Adjective skilled No Data No Data
accomplished 1 Successfully completed or brought to an end his mission accomplished he took a vacation, the completed project, the joy of a realized ambition overcame him Adjective complete No Data No Data
execute 1 Put in effect carry out a task, execute the decision of the people, He actioned the operation Verb No Data complete Follow through
established 1 Settled securely and unconditionally that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact Adjective settled No Data No Data
action 0 Put in effect carry out a task, execute the decision of the people, He actioned the operation Verb No Data complete Follow through
complete 0 Highly skilled an accomplished pianist, a complete musician Adjective skilled No Data No Data
realized 0 Successfully completed or brought to an end his mission accomplished he took a vacation, the completed project, the joy of a realized ambition overcame him Adjective complete No Data No Data
realised 0 Successfully completed or brought to an end his mission accomplished he took a vacation, the completed project, the joy of a realized ambition overcame him Adjective complete No Data No Data
accomplished 0 Settled securely and unconditionally that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact Adjective settled No Data No Data
effected 0 Settled securely and unconditionally that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact Adjective settled No Data No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Accomplished" have?

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The word "Accomplished" has 20 meanings. The most frequent meaning is achieve.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Accomplished"?

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The word "Accomplished" has 17 hyponyms which are: achieve, arrive, hit, luck out, nail down, pan out, pass, pull off, run, work, carry through, close, follow through, get through, round out, see through, top.

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Is the word "Accomplished" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Accomplished" has a maximum frequency of 100.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Accomplished"?

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The word "Accomplished" has 3 synonyms which are: complete, skilled, settled.

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