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

The meaning of "Succeed" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does succeed mean?
A: It means that someone has achieved his/her goal in a particular situation.
Q: What does ‎'I will succeed where he has failed'. mean?
A: The challenge that he has faced, will be overcomes . In other words it means: He will not give up and correct his mistake.
Q: What does ‎'I will succeed where he has failed'. mean?
A: It's a better-sounding way of saying "I'll do what he couldn't do."
Q: What does 'I will succeed where he has failed'. mean?
A: Let's say you are a warrior. Your father is a warrior, too. One day, he goes to fight a dragon, as the dragon eats him. You say, "I will succeed where he has failed." What you mean is, you will fight the dragon and win.
Q: What does 'I will succeed where he has failed'. mean?
A: 彼の失敗したものは、私が成功します。 Not sure I've got the Japanese right, but I hope you can see what I mean.

Example sentences using "Succeed"

Q: Please show me example sentences with succeed.
A: My brother succeeded in getting into university. I hope to succeed in getting a job Their plan succeeded. When the Queen dies, she will be succeeded by Prince Charles.
Q: Please show me example sentences with succeed, succeeded.
A: I succeeded in my English test.

Synonyms of "Succeed" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between whether he will succeed and whether he will succeed or not ?
A: Nothing is really different. It’s just the principal some people like to say or not as in there could be a different way for it and some people just say he will succeed after it.
Q: What is the difference between succeed and go well ?
A: Succeed refers more to a specific objective being reached. "Did you succeed in climbing the mountain?" "Go well" refers more generally to things having been positive - "did your vacation go well?"
Q: What is the difference between succeeded in ~ing and succeeded to do ?
A: "succeeded to do" would normally be incorrect. There are only a few rare cases where this can be used.
Q: What is the difference between succeed and success ?
A: "succeed" is a verb."success" is a noun. She needs to succeed in her exams. I had succeeded in completing my goal. (past tense) She had some success in her exams. I hadn't achieved the success l wanted.
Q: What is the difference between succeed and pull off ?
A: Pull off = to accomplish, to do, but could be done from (usually) luck And Succeed = to accomplish, overcome something. Succeed sounds stronger Pull off sounds less impactful and is used more playfully.

Translations of "Succeed"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I succeeded !
A: do you mean -- how do you PRONOUNCE it? or are you looking for other ways to say "J'ai reussi". I think the simplest is: I DID IT! (as long as the people know what you succeeded at).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? succeed
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Other questions about "Succeed"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce succeed .
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Q: They succeeded to accomplish that They succeeded in accomplishing that Which one is better to say?
Q: I succeed or i'll succeed?
A: Depends on tense. 'I'll' is short for 'I will' so it's future tense. " I'll succeed in tomorrow's race!" versus past/present " I always succeed at whatever I do!"
Q: Finally i succeed does this sound natural?
A: "succeeded"
Q: I'm glad, finally I succeeded in making him interested in me. does this sound natural?
A: I think most people would say "I'm glad I finally succeeded..."

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