A thing done successfully, typically by effort, courage, or skill
to reach this stage is a great achievement
The process or fact of achieving something
the achievement of professional recognition
sense of achievement
A child's or student's progress in a course of learning, typically as measured by standardized tests or objectives
assessing ability in terms of academic achievement
an achievement test
A representation of a coat of arms with all the adjuncts to which a bearer of arms is entitled
accomplishment: the action of accomplishing something
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. ...
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. ...
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. ...
(Achievements) Some iOS games reward you with bonus points with specific achievements (See Game Center)
(Achievements (Badges)) An achievement is a graphical reward given when a User has performed a certain number of defined tasks. Usually represented as an icon graphic with a name and description.
(Achievements) David Chang’s achievements were many, starting with his first restaurant, Momofuku Noodle Bar that he opened in the East Village in 2003, followed by Momofuku Ssam Bar in the year 2006, just a few blocks away from his Noodle Bar. ...
(Achievements) National Quality Award; Million Dollar Round Table; National Sales Achievement
(Achievements) There are more than 100 in-game rewards for you to earn from little things like..."Completely heal a Sim on the operating table" (worth 5 points) to the very difficult "Gain 1,000,000 Simoles" (worth 20 points). ...
(Achievements) To earn the rank badge, Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts must complete Achievements found in their Handbook. The Achivements cover these areas: God, Country, Family and Self.
(Achievements) include assisting in the obtainment of 23 patents in two years.
(achievements) extra, optional goals, which the Teams might enjoy incorporating into their service design
(Achieving) zero losses through the activities of ‘overlapping small groups"
(achieving) The percentage of candidates achieving these qualifications.
(A-chieve'-ment) A complete heraldic composition, showing a shield with its quarterings, impalements, supporters, crest, motto, etc. ...
Major requirement in Cub Scouting for Wolf & Bear badges.
Ability to demonstrate accomplishment of some outcome for which learning experiences were designed.
A measure of performance or accomplishment to date. [D02350]
A measurement of what a person knows or can do after training.
The attainment of a specified standard of performance.
a complete display of armorial bearings, including the crest and mantling, shield supporters and other ornaments
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.
This does not necessarily mean the achievement of qualifications. It includes measurable improvement and progression in literacy, numeracy and for language skills in vocational, academic, social and personal contexts.
What one has learned from formal instruction, usually in school.