accomplished


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ac·com·plished

 (ə-kŏm′plĭsht)
adj.
1. Skilled; expert: an accomplished pianist. See Synonyms at proficient.
2. Having many social graces; polished or refined.
3. Unquestionable; indubitable: That smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact.

accomplished

(əˈkɒmplɪʃt; əˈkʌm-)
adj
1. successfully completed; achieved
2. expert; proficient

ac•com•plished

(əˈkɒm plɪʃt)

adj.
1. completed; effected: an accomplished fact.
2. highly skilled; expert: an accomplished pianist.
3. having the social graces of polite society.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.accomplished - highly skilledaccomplished - highly skilled; "an accomplished pianist"; "a complete musician"
skilled - having or showing or requiring special skill; "only the most skilled gymnasts make an Olympic team"; "a skilled surgeon has many years of training and experience"; "a skilled reconstruction of her damaged elbow"; "a skilled trade"
2.accomplished - successfully completed or brought to an endaccomplished - 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"
complete - having every necessary or normal part or component or step; "a complete meal"; "a complete wardrobe"; "a complete set of the Britannica"; "a complete set of china"; "a complete defeat"; "a complete accounting"
3.accomplished - settled securely and unconditionallyaccomplished - settled securely and unconditionally; "that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact"
settled - established or decided beyond dispute or doubt; "with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night"

accomplished

accomplished

adjective
Proficient as a result of practice and study:
Translations
ضَلِيع، بَارِع
dokonalý
dygtigfremragendeglimrende
fær

accomplished

[əˈkʌmplɪʃt] ADJ
1. [pianist etc] → experto, consumado; [performance] → logrado
2. [fact] → consumado

accomplished

[əˈkʌmplɪʃt əˈkɒmplɪʃt] adj (= skilled) [cook, musician] → accompli(e)

accomplished

adj
(= skilled) player, carpenterfähig; performancevollendet; liarversiert; young ladyvielseitig; to be accomplished in the art of …die Kunst (gen)beherrschen
factvollendet

accomplished

[əˈkʌmplɪʃt] adj (pianist, cook) → esperto/a

accomplish

(əˈkampliʃ) , ((American) -ˈkom-) verb
to complete (something) successfully. Have you accomplished your task?
acˈcomplished adjective
skilled. an accomplished singer.
acˈcomplishment noun
1. completion.
2. a special skill. She has many different accomplishments.
References in classic literature ?
The lady was good and lovely and accomplished, but he did not like her, and never saw his son after he married.
In fact the story of Tom Swift's trip to the underground land of wonders is ended, for with the discovery of the idol of gold the main object of the expedition was accomplished.
Each one congratulated himself that his special teachings had accomplished this desired end.
Were nothing but resolution necessary to repel so accomplished a soldier as M.
And when people say that's the accomplished daughter o' the accomplished superintendent of the Devil's Ford claim--otherwise known as the Star-eyed Goddess o' Devil's Ford-- every eye is fixed on the mine, and Capital, so to speak, tumbles to her.
When the customer was gone, Hepzibah talked rather vaguely, and at great length, about a certain Alice Pyncheon, who had been exceedingly beautiful and accomplished in her lifetime, a hundred years ago.
Here, too, comes his owner, cheerful, sombre, gracious or in the sulks, accordingly as his scheme of the now accomplished voyage has been realized in merchandise that will readily be turned to gold, or has buried him under a bulk of incommodities such as nobody will care to rid him of.
This accomplished, however, he turned round --when, good heavens
When this last task was accomplished it was noon, and the seamen went below to their dinner.
After two or three attempts he accomplished this, with the lackey's help, and meantime a second man had approached, a tall and portly personage, solemn as an executioner.
Her father, whose only child she had been, had never denied her anything that lay within the compass of human possibility; and when she entered life, beautiful, accomplished, and an heiress, she had, of course, all the eligibles and non-eligibles of the other sex sighing at her feet, and she had no doubt that Augustine was a most fortunate man in having obtained her.
When the subject has refused allegiance, and the officer has resigned from office, then the revolution is accomplished.