v. 达到目的; 接替; 继承
If you succeed in doing something, you manage to do it.
We have already succeeded in working out ground rules with the Department of Defense...
Some people will succeed in their efforts to stop smoking...
If something succeeds, it works in a satisfactory way or has the result that is intended.
If marriage is to succeed in the 1990's, then people have to recognise the new pressures it is facing.
在 20 世纪 90 年代人们要想婚姻美满，那就不得不认识到它所面临的新压力。
...a move which would make any future talks even more unlikely to succeed.
Someone who succeeds gains a high position in what they do, for example in business or politics.
...the skills and qualities needed to succeed in small and medium-sized businesses.
If you succeed another person, you are the next person to have their job or position.
David Rowland is almost certain to succeed him as chairman on January 1...
戴维·罗兰将在 1 月 1 日接替他任主席几乎已成定局。
The present ruler, Prince Rainier III, succeeded to the throne on 9 May 1949.
现任元首，兰尼埃三世亲王于 1949 年 5 月 9 日继位。
If one thing is succeeded by another thing, the other thing happens or comes after it.
A quick divorce can be succeeded by a much longer — and more agonising — period of haggling over the fate of the family.
1. attain success or reach a desired goal;
2. be the successor (of);
continue, resume, succeed, go on
flourish, thrive, succeed, prosper
nothing succeeds like success
Sooner or later we will succeed.
Tom's anxiety to succeed led him to work hard.
Cold and heat succeed each other.
What makes Jim think he could succeed at music?
With no direct descendent, who will succeed to the title?
没有直系后裔, 谁来继承爵位 呢 ?