in the sense of assume
to undertake or take onShe will assume the role of Chief Executive.
in the sense of attain
to manage to do or get (something)He's halfway to attaining his pilot's licence.
in the sense of come off
to have the intended effectIt was a good try but it didn't quite come off.
in the sense of do the trick
to produce the desired resultSometimes a few choice words will do the trick.
fit the bill,
achieve the desired result,
produce the desired result,
take care of the problem,
be effective or effectual,
do the business (informal)
in the sense of flourish
to be active, successful, or widespreadBusiness soon flourished.
in the sense of inherit
to receive (a position or situation) from a predecessorThe government inherited an impossibly difficult situation.
take responsibility for
in the sense of make good
Both men are poor boys who have made good.
in the sense of make your mark
to achieve recognitionShe made her mark in the film industry in the 1960s.
in the sense of prevail
to prove superiorWe hoped that common sense would prevail.
Video: pronunciation of 'succeed'
succeed 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
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