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Verb
/əˈCHēv/,
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achieves, 3rd person singular present; achieved, past participle; achieved, past tense; achieving, present participle;
  1. Reach or attain (a desired objective, level, or result) by effort, skill, or courage
    • - he achieved his ambition to become a journalist
    • - people striving to achieve
  2. Accomplish or bring about
    • - the entire sequence is achieved in a single shot

  1. to gain with effort; "she achieved her goal despite setbacks"
  2. (achievement) accomplishment: the action of accomplishing something
  3. (Achievement (heraldry)) An achievement or armorial achievement in heraldry is a full display of all the heraldic components to which the bearer of a coat of arms is entitled. ...
  4. (Achievement (video gaming)) In video gaming parlance, an achievement, also sometimes known as a trophy or challenge, is a meta-goal defined outside of a game's parameters. ...
  5. (Achievement (Xbox 360)) Xbox Live (trademarked as Xbox LIVE) is an online multiplayer gaming and digital media delivery service created and operated by Microsoft Corporation. It is currently the only online gaming service on consoles that charges users a fee to play multiplayer gaming. ...
  6. To carry on to a final close; to bring out into a perfected state; to accomplish; to perform; -- as, to achieve a feat, an exploit, an enterprise; To obtain, or gain, as the result of exertion; to succeed in gaining; to win; To obtain with a material thing as the aim; To finish; to kill. ...
  7. (Achieved) (not ‘met’) in different measure by different students - because it is the learner who has the outcomes, not the Course.
  8. (Achievement) Major requirement in Cub Scouting for Wolf & Bear badges.
  9. (Achievement) a complete display of armorial bearings, including the crest and mantling, shield supporters and other ornaments
  10. Academic achievement
  11. (Achievement) (A-chieve'-ment) A complete heraldic composition, showing a shield with its quarterings, impalements, supporters, crest, motto, etc. ...
  12. (Achievement) A measurement of what a person knows or can do after training.
  13. (Achievement) A system installed by Microsoft which awards the Xbox 360 player with virtual trophies when performing certain feats in games.
  14. (Achievement) A virtual or physical representation of having accomplished a goal or task. These are often viewed as rewards and commonly take the forms of badges, points, levels, or anything defined as a reward.
  15. (Achievement) Ability to demonstrate accomplishment of some outcome for which learning experiences were designed.
  16. (Achievement) Billy is worried that his commercial won't be good enough; Nick wants a successful day; Timmy and Tommy have a race.
  17. (Achievement) Dean Keith Simonton, University of California, Davis
  18. (Achievement) Required activities scouts must complete before earning electives.
  19. (Achievement) The attainment of a specified standard of performance.
  20. (Achievement) To dream of an achievement denotes that you will be greatly satisfied with the outcome of a situation or project. The bigger the achievement, the greater the satisfaction.
  21. (Achievement) What one has learned from formal instruction, usually in school.
  22. (Achievement) function is mastery or control of some aspect of self or environment, with regard to intellectual, physical, creative, mechanical, social, and care-taking (of children, partner, home) skills.
  23. (Achievement) is a demonstration of student performance.
  24. (Achievement) success; capability; ambition; influence; intelligence; self-respect
  25. (Achievement) the amount of skill, knowledge or understanding which an individual is able to demonstrate; standards of achievement are used in GNVQs rather than standards of competence.