under-achieve

Translations

under-achieve

[ˌʌndərəˈtʃiːv] VIno desarrollar su potencial, no rendir (como se debe)
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Statistics show this division into cans and cannots is likely to be perpetuated as pupils from homes where literacy and numeracy skills are low or less valued are more likely to under-achieve.
Players like Sterling under-achieve, only winning the Premier League and Carabao Cup, and scoring 23 goals, and holding down a position in the country's outstanding football team.
Some [of even refuse the games Martinez, disillusioned Barton is concerned that the defensive foundations laid down by former manager David Moyes have been eroded and as long as Everton continue to under-achieve the 33-year-old fears an exodus of their best players.
The school has a high number of children entitled to the government's Pupil Premium for disadvantaged pupils at around 50%, but Mrs Stuart refuses to accept this as a reason for children to under-achieve at Throckley Primary.
As well as being at higher risk of death in infancy, they are also more likely to under-achieve, suffer disability and ill health throughout their lives.
Schools which under-achieve in their SATs can receive an immediate Ofsted visit.
COVENTRY'S half- marathon continues to under-achieve despite a new commercial organiser drafted in alongside the council.
"When the relationship isn't there then there is a negative feeling and you probably do under-achieve for your ability."
I don't want her to just muddle along and under-achieve because she is not receiving the right level of support.
A second-half equaliser from Mike Hayes salvaged a point as theWingmakers continue to under-achieve.