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Adjective: accomplished  u'kúm-plisht
  1. Highly skilled
    "an accomplished pianist";
    - complete
  2. Successfully completed or brought to an end
    "his mission accomplished he took a vacation";
    - completed, realized, realised [Brit]
  3. Settled securely and unconditionally
    "that smoking causes health problems is an accomplished fact";
    - effected, established
Verb: accomplish  u'kúm-plish
  1. Cause to happen; complete successfully
    "accomplish the decision of the people";
    - carry through, execute, carry out, action, fulfill [N. Amer], fulfil [Brit, Cdn]
  2. To gain with effort
    "she accomplished her goal despite setbacks";
    - achieve, attain, reach

See also: complete, settled, skilled

Type of: bring home the bacon [informal], come through, come up trumps [Brit, informal], complete, deliver the goods, effect, effectuate, finish, set up, succeed, turn up trumps [Brit, informal], win