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succeed

US [səkˈsid]
UK [səkˈsiːd]
  • v.成功;接替;继承;继任
  • Web取得成功;继续;继…之后
Simple Present:succeeds  Present Participle:succeeding  Past Tense:succeeded  
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v.
1.
[i]
达到目的;实现目标;办到;做成to achieve sth that you have been trying to do or get; to have the result or effect that was intended
Our plan succeeded.
我们的计划成功了。
He succeeded in getting a place at art school.
他被美术学校录取了。
I tried to discuss it with her but only succeeded in making her angry(= I failed and did the opposite of what I intended) .
我本想跟她商量,结果却把她惹火了。
2.
[i]
成功;有成就;有作为to be successful in your job, earning money, power, respect, etc.
You will have to work hard if you are to succeed.
要想有所作为,你必须苦干。
She doesn't have the ruthlessness required to succeed in business.
要在生意场上干出一番名堂,她缺乏必要的冷酷心肠。
He had hoped to succeed as a violinist.
他曾希望做一名有成就的小提琴家。
3.
[t]
~ sb/sth
接替;继任;随后出现to come next after sb/sth and take their/its place or position
Who succeeded Kennedy as President?
接替肯尼迪任总统的是谁?
Their early success was succeeded by a period of miserable failure.
他们起初获得成功,但随后有一段惨痛失败的时期。
Strands of DNA are reproduced through succeeding generations .
DNA (脱氧核糖核酸)链通过后代得到复制。
4.
[i]
~ (to sth)
继承to gain the right to a title, property, etc. when sb dies
She succeeded to the throne(= became queen) in 1558.
她于 1558 年继承王位。

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