English to Igbo Meaning of succeed - ịga nke ọma

Succeed :
ịga nke ọma

ịga nke ọma, nweta, na-abata na, iru, agazu, uru, see, azịza, na-eto eto ọgaranya, jupụta, ọma, ifuru, otuto, eketa, nketa, na-eso, mmeri, merie, ebube, imeri, iri, achụso, chụrụ, megharịa, ime, na-erube isi, ewere

-aga nke ọman'ọnọdunọchiriịnọchi
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Definitions of succeed in English
Verb(1) attain success or reach a desired goal(2) be the successor (of
Examples of succeed in English
(1) he would succeed Hawke as prime minister(2) Other coaches have begun trying to position themselves to succeed him, a sure sign Asbury is in trouble.(3) the management and business skills you need to succeed(4) At the age of 42 Moores is ideally positioned to succeed Fletcher as England coach when the time comes.(5) a mission which could not possibly succeed(6) It implies that if you've ever criticised the president's war conduct, you cannot succeed him in office.(7) Individuals who serve as President of the Association shall not succeed themselves in office.(8) The position was that in this State you had probate duty which was levied on the estate, you had succession duty which was levied on those who succeeded to property, not by way of the will.(9) Inheritance typically involved the eldest son of a man's first wife, who succeeded to his office and property.(10) When the duke's father died in 1950 and he succeeded to the title, there was Ôö¼├║7m in death duties to pay - a staggering sum for the time.(11) It has also succeeded in achieving the proclaimed mission of poverty reduction through community-based organisation of poor Kerala women.(12) By the time he succeeded his father to the throne in Turnovo, the state had become a pale shadow of its powerful past.(13) It may also be the case that, with a few possible exceptions, no one with the intellectual abilities of Henry George succeeded to the leadership of the movement.(14) When he died, it went in turn to the third son, George, who founded the family of the Sinclairs of Mey which succeeded to the earldom in 1789.(15) A number of farmers caught in this trap took legal action, and eventually succeeded in gaining redress.(16) Shortly after returning from his trip down the Nile, Rayleigh's father died and Strutt, as he had been up to that time, succeeded to the title becoming the third Baron Rayleigh.
Related Phrases of succeed
(1) succeed in ::
ịga nke ọma
(2) succeed in life ::
ihe ịga nke ọma ná ndụ
(3) succeed to ::
ihe ịga nke ọma na
2. be successful ::
ịga nke ọma
3. replace ::
4. inherit ::
5. follow ::
6. win ::
1. bomb ::
2. collapse ::
3. fail ::
4. flop ::
5. flunk ::
6. fold ::
n'ogige atụrụ
7. founder ::
8. miss ::
Different Forms
succeed, succeeded, succeeding, succeeds
Word Example from TV Shows

"because if you don't have the guts,
we won't SUCCEED."

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 6

...to succeed in theoretical physics.

...to SUCCEED in theoretical physics.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 6

Oh, I don't know, I mean,
let's say we succeed

Oh, I don't know, I mean, let's say we SUCCEED

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 23

deep down I don't
want him to succeed.

deep down I don't want him to SUCCEED.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 20

And if you succeed?

And if you SUCCEED?

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6

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