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

The meaning of "Success" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does without success mean?
A: It means he failed.
Q: What does future success mean?
A: 미래의 성공이라는 뜻인 것 같습니다.
Q: What does "believe that success will come easily to you, and it will." There is one small problem in this argument, however, which unfortunately doesn’t seem to stop anyone from making it: it is utterly false. mean?
A: "Believe that success will come easily to you, and it will."
This means "if you believe it will be easy to succeed, then it will be easy to succeed." This is the "argument" or statement.

"There is one small problem in this argument, however,"
"This argument" refers to the first line. They're saying there is something wrong with this thinking.

"which unfortunately doesn’t seem to stop anyone from making it"
Even though there is something wrong with the argument, people keep making it (keep saying it).

"it is utterly false"
It is completely untrue. What was said in the first line is not true at all.

So, it means that people keep saying "it's easy to be successful if you just believe you'll be successful" even though that's not true.

When people say "there is one small problem..." it often means there is actually a big problem :)
Q: What does she puts her success down to good luck. mean?
A: She believes good luck was a big factor in her success. Either she didn't try very hard and got lucky, or she believes even though she did try hard she would not have succeeded without good luck.
Q: What does success of the decision making seriously deteriorates with unobservability mean?
A: That's a difficult one. I'd take a red pen to it if I were their editor. :-)

I think it means that when [whoever is making the decisions] can't be seen (that is, they can't be observed - they are unobservable), they make worse decisions.

Example sentences using "Success"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I hope your success..
A: I hope you succeed
I hope you do well
I hope it goes well for you
Q: Please show me example sentences with I hope your success..
A: I wish you success.
I hope you are successful.
I admire your success.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mixed success.
A: You can also use it in everyday life, for example: “I had a mixed success persuading my wife to buy a new car: she agreed to buy a new car, but not the model that I wanted”
Q: Please show me example sentences with success.
A: Success can be achieved by working hard for it
The operation was a success
Q: Please show me example sentences with success, successful and succeed.
A: I succeed at telling people what to do

I am successful because I have worked hard all my life

Success is the key to life

Synonyms of "Success" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Sometimes success is as much accidental or serendipitous as planned. and Sometimes success is not planned but accidental or serendipitious. ?
A: @H-oon "Sometimes success is as much accidental or serendipitous as planned." means that you more or less had success accidentally
Q: What is the difference between His success depends on how much the US will extend its economic aid to his country. and His success depends on how much economic aid the US will extend to his country. ?
A: I would say your second one is more correct, but both phrases will sound natural to native speakers, and will mean the same thing to them.

how much --> quantity of a thing So, "...how much aid..." makes sense. In your first phrase, however, you say "...how much will the US extend..." This should really be "...how far will the US extend..." because you are using distance as a metaphor (extension).

How far will you go to make a point?
Q: What is the difference between They were flushed with success. and They flushed with success. ?
A: 猫は上がった
猫を上げった
I think this example makes it easier to understand. the same verb, but meaning different things, right?
Q: What is the difference between We believe your success! and We believe in your success! ?
A: "We believe your success" = they believe their success is true
"We believe in your success" = you have faith/wish them well for future success!
Q: What is the difference between They shall success and They will success ?
A: "They will be successful" is 100% certain, "shall" is more like "They will probably/most likely be successful".

US speakers don't really say "shall", UK speakers mostly use this word.

Translations of "Success"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you define success?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? if i want to success i have to try hard work now
A: Its unnatural, say this : IF i want to succeed, i have to work hard.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? define success
A: To accomplish something. Like to want something and working hard to complete it. If you complete it then you are successful which is a form of success
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? success
A: http://forvo.com/word/success/
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the key of success is to be who you are.
A: "the key to being successful (in life) is just to be who you are."

Other questions about "Success"

Q: Who did success in reaching the summit of Mt.Everest for the first time ?
A: Edmund Hillary and Tenzig Norgay!
Q: Yeah, I am as big a screw-up as you are a success. does this sound natural?
A: Another way to say it would be "I'm as big of a screw-up as you are a success", but it sounds fine like this.
Q: I wish you success in managing all the things. does this sound natural?
A: i wish you the best in managing everything.

i don't know what the story is. but this will do for now. :)
Q: "His success in Language learning is attributed to his hard-work."
"I attribute his success in Language learning to his hard-work." does this sound natural?
A: Both are fine. The first sentence is passive, which does seem a little odd, but the second sentence is perfect. :)
P.S. the "L" in "Language" should probably not be capitalized.
Q: You'll not be able to success your business in Japan if you don't change your common sense does this sound natural?
A: You won't be able to run a successful business in Japan if you don't change your way of thinking.

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