accomplishment


accomplishment
noun
1) (completion.) realización; logro
2) (a special skill: She has many different accomplishments.) talento
accomplishment
tr[ə'kɒmplɪʃmənt]
noun
1 (act of achieving) realización nombre femenino
2 (achievement) logro
plural noun accomplishments
1 (skills) aptitudes nombre femenino plural, dotes nombre masculino plural, habilidades nombre femenino plural
accomplishment [ə'kɑmplɪʃmənt, -'kʌm-] n
1) achievement: logro m, éxito m
2) skill: destreza f, habilidad f
accomplishment
n.
consumación s.f.
cumplimiento s.m.
efectuación s.f.
habilidad s.f.
logro s.m.
realización s.f.
talento s.m.
terminación s.f.
ə'kɑːmplɪʃmənt, ə'kʌmplɪʃmənt
noun
a) u (of aim) logro m, consecución f (frml)
b) c (success) logro m
c) c u (skill) habilidad f, destreza f
[ǝ'kʌmplɪʃmǝnt]
N
1) (=achievement) logro m

a great accomplishment — un gran logro

it's quite an accomplishment to — + infin exige mucho talento + infin

her accomplishment in finishing the film although ill — su logro de terminar la película a pesar de estar enferma

2) (=completion, fulfilment) realización f

difficult of accomplishment — de difícil consecución

3) (=skill) talento m
accomplishments talento m , dotes fpl
* * *
[ə'kɑːmplɪʃmənt, ə'kʌmplɪʃmənt]
noun
a) u (of aim) logro m, consecución f (frml)
b) c (success) logro m
c) c u (skill) habilidad f, destreza f

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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