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suc·cess·ful

 (sək-sĕs′fəl)
adj.
1. Having a favorable outcome: a successful heart transplant.
2. Having obtained something desired or intended: was successful in stopping the leak of oil.
3. Having achieved wealth or eminence: a successful architect.

suc·cess′ful·ly adv.
suc·cess′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.successfully - with success; in a successful manner; "she performed the surgery successfully"
unsuccessfully - without success; "she tried unsuccessfully to persuade him to buy a new car"

successfully

adverb well, favourably, in triumph, with flying colours, famously (informal), swimmingly, victoriously The doctors have concluded preliminary tests successfully.
Translations
بِنَجاحبِنَجاحٍ
úspěšně
heldigtsuccesrigt
onnistuneesti
uspješno
farsællega
うまく
성공적으로
uspešno
framgångsrikt
อย่างประสบผลสำเร็จ
başarılı bir şekildebaşarıyla
một cách thành công

successfully

[səkˈsesfəlɪ] ADV
1. (= effectively) → con éxito
he successfully defended his titledefendió con éxito su título
our main objective has been successfully accomplishedhemos conseguido or logrado nuestro objetivo principal
Pattie successfully evaded the policePattie consiguió or logró evadir a la policía
2. (= satisfactorily) → satisfactoriamente
the problem has been successfully resolvedel problema se ha resuelto satisfactoriamente

successfully

[səkˈsɛsfʊli] advavec succès

successfully

adverfolgreich, mit Erfolg

successfully

[səkˈsɛsflɪ] advcon successo

succeed

(səkˈsiːd) verb
1. to manage to do what one is trying to do; to achieve one's aim or purpose. He succeeded in persuading her to do it; He's happy to have succeeded in his chosen career; She tried three times to pass her driving-test, and at last succeeded; Our new teaching methods seem to be succeeding.
2. to follow next in order, and take the place of someone or something else. He succeeded his father as manager of the firm / as king; The cold summer was succeeded by a stormy autumn; If the duke has no children, who will succeed to (= inherit) his property?
success (səkˈses) noun
1. (the prosperity gained by) the achievement of an aim or purpose. He has achieved great success as an actor / in his career.
2. a person or thing that succeeds or prospers. She's a great success as a teacher.
sucˈcessful (-ˈses-) adjective
(negative unsuccessful) having success. Were you successful in finding a new house?; The successful applicant for this job will be required to start work next month; a successful career.
sucˈcessfully adverb
succession (səkˈseʃən) noun
1. the right of succeeding to a throne as king, to a title etc. The Princess is fifth in (order of) succession (to the throne).
2. a number of things following after one another. a succession of bad harvests.
3. the act or process of following and taking the place of someone or something else. his succession to the throne.
successive (səkˈsesiv) adjective
following one after the other. He won three successive matches.
sucˈcessively (-ˈsesiv-) adverb
sucˈcessor (-ˈse-) noun
a person who follows, and take the place of another. Who will be appointed as the manager's successor?
in succession
one after another. five wet days in succession.

successfully

بِنَجاحٍ úspěšně succesrigt erfolgreich επιτυχώς satisfactoriamente onnistuneesti avec succès uspješno con successo うまく 성공적으로 succesvol vellykket pomyślnie com êxito успешно framgångsrikt อย่างประสบผลสำเร็จ başarıyla một cách thành công 成功地
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When Laurie came home, dead tired but quite composed, his grandfather met him as if he knew nothing, and kept up the delusion very successfully for an hour or two.
He had always thought of himself as a successful man, al- though nothing he had ever done had turned out successfully.
Once more Ned composed himself to sleep, and this time successfully, for he did not have any more unpleasant dreams.
It would require an inspired psychologist to deal successfully with them.
Infuriated at the self-command of the captive, the woman placed her arms akimbo; and, throwing herself into a posture of defiance, she broke out anew, in a torrent of words that no art of ours could commit successfully to paper.
We proceeded successfully, and after a long and fatiguing journey through a mountainous wilderness, in a westward direction, on the seventh day of June following, we found ourselves on Red-River, where John Finley had formerly been trading with the Indians, and, from the top of an eminence, saw with pleasure the beautiful level of Kentucke.
The latter object, being more successfully depicted by the artist, stood out in far greater prominence than the sacred volume.
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When Captain Sleet in person stood his mast-head in this crow's nest of his, he tells us that he always had a rifle with him (also fixed in the rack), together with a powder flask and shot, for the purpose of popping off the stray narwhales, or vagrant sea unicorns infesting those waters; for you cannot successfully shoot at them from the deck owing to the resistance of the water, but to shoot down upon them is a very different thing.
And thus, through the courage and great skill in obstetrics of Queequeg, the deliverance, or rather, delivery of Tashtego, was successfully accomplished, in the teeth, too, of the most untoward and apparently hopeless impediments; which is a lesson by no means to be forgotten.
Governments show thus how successfully men can be imposed upon, even impose on themselves, for their own advantage.
The bulletin-boarder referred to was Sir Ossaise of Surluse, a brave knight, and of considerable celebrity on account of his having tried conclusions in a tournament once, with no less a Mogul that Sir Gaheris himself -- although not successfully.