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==Verb==
 
==Verb==
 
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#{{transitive verb}} If you '''achieve''' [[success]] or a [[goal]], you have [[complete]]d what you planned to do or have a good [[result]]. <> [[cimma]], [[samu]].
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#{{transitive verb}} If you '''achieve''' [[success]] or a [[goal]], you have [[complete]]d what you planned to do or have a good [[result]]. <> [[cimma]], [[samu]], [[hassala]].
 
#: ''Don '''[[cimma]]''' dauwamman [[zaman lafiya]] <> "To '''achieve''' a long-lasting/permanent peace" [http://hausadictionary.com/UMD_NFLC_Hausa_Lessons/57_On_the_Tuareg_Rebels]
 
#: ''Don '''[[cimma]]''' dauwamman [[zaman lafiya]] <> "To '''achieve''' a long-lasting/permanent peace" [http://hausadictionary.com/UMD_NFLC_Hausa_Lessons/57_On_the_Tuareg_Rebels]
 
#:''She '''achieved''' a grade of 98% in her English class.''
 
#:''She '''achieved''' a grade of 98% in her English class.''

Latest revision as of 14:44, 14 July 2019

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
achieve

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
achieves

Past tense (ya wuce)
achieved

Past participle (ya wuce)
achieved

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
achieving

  1. (transitive) If you achieve success or a goal, you have completed what you planned to do or have a good result. <> cimma, samu, hassala.
    Don cimma dauwamman zaman lafiya <> "To achieve a long-lasting/permanent peace" [1]
    She achieved a grade of 98% in her English class.
    What can you do to achieve at least a measure of balance? Menene za ka yi don ka samu daidaita? [2]

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