achievement 高中必修500 全国卷频次:3 教材出处:译林版必修B1U4
n. achievements 4
Then, handle the most important tasks first so you’ll feel a real sense of achievement.
First, you need to evaluate yourself, your values, your strengths, your weaknesses, your achievements, your desires, etc.
outstanding achievement 业绩；杰出成就
academic achievement 学业成就；学业成绩
achievement motivation 成就动机
lifetime achievement 终身成就
school achievement 学业成绩
achievement test n. 成绩测验
need for achievement 成就感需要
achieve v. -> achievement n.
1. [C] a thing that sb has done successfully, especially using their own effort and skill
the greatest scientific achievement of the decade
It was a remarkable achievement for such a young player.
They were proud of their children’s achievements.
2. [U] the act or process of achieving sth
the need to raise standards of achievement in education
Even a small success gives you a sense of achievement (= a feeling of pride).
1 [countable] something important that you succeed in doing by your own efforts 成绩；成就
We try to celebrate the achievements of our students.
His great achievement is to make all the players into a united team.
somebody’s achievement in (doing) something
The test measures children’s achievements in reading, spelling, and maths.
2 [uncountable] when you achieve something or when people achieve something 实现；完成
Roberts is researching the effect of social class on educational achievement.
As we climbed the final few metres, we felt a sense of achievement.
1.N-COUNT 可数名词成就;成绩;功绩 An achievement is something which someone has succeeded in doing, especially after a lot of effort.
Reaching this agreement so quickly was a great achievement…
The Conference will be a celebration of women’s achievements.
2.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词完成;达到;实现 Achievement is the process of achieving something.
【搭配模式】：oft N of n
Only the achievement of these goals will bring lasting peace.
achievement /əˈtʃiːvmənt/ noun
[count] : something that has been done or achieved through effort : a result of hard work成就；成绩
The discovery of DNA was a major scientific achievement.
It was a great/extraordinary/remarkable achievement.
Getting the project done on time was a real achievement.
[noncount] : the act of achieving something达到；完成；实现
a high level of artistic achievement [=accomplishment] 高水平的艺术成就
: the state or condition of having achieved or accomplished something成就；成绩
Tests measure students’ academic achievement. [=measure how much the students have learned] 考试衡量学生掌握了多少所学。
The students were awarded (with) certificates of achievement. [=documents saying that they reached an academic goal] 学生们获得了结业证书。
Repairing the car by himself gave him a real sense of achievement. [=a proud feeling of having done something difficult and worthwhile] 自己动手修车给他一种真正的成就感。