- v.成功( succeed的第三人称单数 ); 完成; 继承; 达到目的;
He succeeds by dint of sheer hard work.
A decisive person acts quickly and often succeeds.
She's the type of person who succeeds anywhere.
We will never stop until the experiment succeeds.
Sadly, the feud sums up the relationship between Lord Bath and the man who succeeds him.
If its strategy succeeds, Mexico could even steal a march on its northern neighbour.
If the case succeeds, it is inevitable that other trials will follow.
He's very artful and usually succeeds in getting what he wants.
The prince usually succeeds to the throne after the king's death.
This role you performs even more succeeds than us imagines.
Push generally succeeds in business.
I won the essay prize, then was offered a scholarship: nothing succeeds like success!
It is the story of a young chemist who succeeds in making himself invisible.
If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.
He usually succeeds in anything he really puts his mind to.
If he succeeds in curbing costs—a big if—it would be a huge gain for America.
But the person who tries to do something and fails is a lot better off than the person who tries to do nothing and succeeds.
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