Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Achievement"

The meaning of "Achievement" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 1.Don't talk down on me.
2.Don't talk down on my achievements mean?
A: don’t talk down on me is telling the other person not to disrespect you as a person, don’t talk down on my achievements means not to disrespect or dishonour the accomplishments you’ve made and are proud of
Q: What does achievement mean?
A: a thing that sb has done successfully using their own effort and skill
Q: What does achievement mean?
A: you did something successfully
Q: What does Did they consider this just one more U.S. achievement to top? mean?
A: The question means to ask if the Soviet Union marked a US achievement as something they wanted to beat. For example, the USSR was in clear competition with the US as to who would "win" the space race. Space exploration and the moon landing were areas the two nations were continuously try to show they got farther in, or "topped" one another in.

Example sentences using "Achievement"

Q: Please show me example sentences with achievement of the goal.
A: He practices everyday towards the achievement of his goal.
Q: Please show me example sentences with achievement.
A: For him to pass a test he thought he would fail, was a great achievement for him.
She looked back at all of her achievements in life.
They achieved a lot in these past few days.
Strive for what you can achieve.
Q: Please show me example sentences with personal achievement.
A: there no common expressions with "personal achievement", but here's one usage example:

I was very proud of delivering this project on time. I consider this a personal achievement.

it means that even though there were other people involved in this project, you personally take credit for making sure that it was delivered on time
Q: Please show me example sentences with achievement .
A: My achievement was praised
I earned an achievement in a game
Q: Please show me example sentences with achievement.
A: "What were your achievements in the past few years?"

"My greatest achievements are.... "

"What achievement did you get in school?"

Synonyms of "Achievement" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to ensure your achievement and to ensure of your achievement ?
A: to ensure of your achievement -> incorrect
Q: What is the difference between a splendid achievement and a splendid performance ?
A: Most people don’t use the word splendid that much. They use cool, awesome, amazing...., but a splendid performance means that a concert or band or play that you have just watched was good, so you can say “That’s a splendid performance!” A splendid achievement means that you have just reached your goal in something or your friend has,and then you can say/reply, “That’s a splendid achievement!”
Q: What is the difference between achievement and attainment ?
A: An achievement is a reward basically that you receive after working for it. It's like a prize. An attainment is just getting something, it's not necessarily special.
Q: What is the difference between achievement, goal and objective ?
A: Goal and objective are pretty much the same.
Achievement has a slightly different meaning as it implies you already have it, unlike both other words, which just declare the intention of achieving something.

So, goals and objectives turn into achievements after you complete them.

Translations of "Achievement"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? achievement
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? This achievement set a record for many years to come. 訳してください🤧
A: 'to come' means 'in the future'. 未来。未来の長年の記録になります。In the google translation it's にわたる that indicates future.

Compare 'years to come' (in the future) to 'years gone by' (in the past).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? achievement
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Its not an achievement to make 1000''s friends in a year, but an achievement is when you make a friend for 1000''s years.
A: I'm guessing you want an audio file.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? achievement

Other questions about "Achievement"

Q: One’s achievement, according to a study, is determined by strong points, instead of weak points.

is this natural and how is yours?
A: I think this natural because it describes what the achievement is and what the study is saying
Q: As far as I'm concerned, an achievement that I successfully accomplished is finishing an English camp in the states. There are two benefits for this.

Most of all, going to the English camp made it possible for me to meet different people and gain valuable experiences that I've never known before. This allowed me to expand my social network and broaden my perspective.

Moreover, it inspired me to make more effort and become responsible for what I do. Then, I'm able to concentrate better and this can bring about a better outcome at school. does this sound natural?
A: Most of all, going to the English camp made it possible for me to meet different people and gain valuable experiences that I've never had before. This allowed me to expand my social network and broaden my perspective.

Moreover, it inspired me to make more of an effort (or you could say 'made me want to put more effort into things') and become responsible for what I do. Then, I will be able to concentrate better and this can bring about a better outcome at school (or you could say 'this can help me to get a better outcome (or result) at school.

Your English is super good! Sounds great!
Q: "We have meaningful achievements among which is the Youtube channel, 'Happymind'." please make this sentence fluently. does this sound natural?
A: Our YouTube channel is one of the meaningful achievements that we’ve got
Q: One of my achievements in my life is to become a dependable man. does this sound natural?
A: One of my goals in life is to become a dependable man.

An achievement is something that has happened in the past. "To become" implies the future.
Q: They have achieved many great achievements in their research fields. does this sound natural?
A: While this sentence is grammatically correct, saying "achieved many great achievements" sounds redundant, so it seems a bit unnatural. This goes for just about any nouns created from verbs, like "accomplished an accomplishment", "stated a statement" or "awarded an award".

The best option is to replace either "achieve" or "achievement" with something else:
"They have achieved many great things in their research fields"
"They have made many great achievements in their research fields"

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