Definition of accomplished in English:

accomplished

adjective

  • 1Highly trained or skilled in a particular activity:

    ‘an accomplished pianist’
    • ‘An accomplished classical pianist and a double first in Maths Physics, he was always a man apart.’
    • ‘An accomplished pianist, Edward Said wrote some of the most surprising and sharp essays on music.’
    • ‘By the age of 13 he had written an opera (now lost) and was becoming an accomplished pianist.’
    • ‘The 12 th marquis was an accomplished jazz pianist and his elder son likes to chill out with his guitar.’
    • ‘An accomplished musician, she was a fine horsewoman and took a very keen interest in agricultural matters.’
    • ‘As for the band, it would be hard to find praise enough for these seasoned and accomplished musicians.’
    • ‘Gillen is a capable and accomplished coach, but he has struggled to recruit at Virginia.’
    • ‘The classes are suitable for everyone from the complete beginner to the accomplished artist.’
    • ‘He was an accomplished pianist and chess player, winning the Heart of America Competition in 1955.’
    • ‘Harry is better known for his talents as an accomplished flute player.’
    • ‘Hugh is one of this country's finest song-writing talents and accomplished live performers.’
    • ‘It is a polished film by an accomplished director, able to hold its own on the international stage.’
    • ‘Then this more theoretical work led him to become a very accomplished experimental scientist.’
    • ‘Dave, who portrays the role of John, is a seasoned and accomplished theatrical performer.’
    • ‘For the newcomer proved himself to be a capable surgeon and an accomplished physician.’
    • ‘Outside medicine he was an accomplished pianist and loved his garden and the nearby Lake District.’
    • ‘This interest was shared with his wife Vera, also an accomplished pianist.’
    • ‘Claire is an accomplished pianist while Carthage plays clarinet, piano, flute and guitar.’
    • ‘This is Argento's first shot at directing in English and it's clear that she has an accomplished eye and a fine visual sense.’
    • ‘What a waste of talent - such accomplished actors could bring so much more than these one-dimensional roles.’
    expert, skilled, skilful, masterly, virtuoso, master, consummate, proficient, talented, gifted, adept, adroit, deft, dexterous, able, good, competent, capable, efficient, experienced, seasoned, trained, practised, professional, polished, well versed, versed, smart, clever, ingenious, ready, apt, handy, artful
    magnificent, brilliant, splendid, marvellous, impressive, excellent, formidable, outstanding, first-class, first-rate, fine
    deadly
    great, mean, wicked, nifty, crack, ace
    a dab hand at
    crackerjack, badass
    wizard
    shit-hot
    compleat
    habile
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    1. 1.1 Well educated and having good social skills:
      ‘a very elegant and accomplished woman’
      • ‘These are some of the most intellectually accomplished Indian women of our time.’
      • ‘Not only is he an assured manager, he is accomplished, astute, admirably able.’
      • ‘History is full of truly accomplished people who have expertise in many subjects.’
      • ‘It was skill she believed that accomplished young women should possess.’
      • ‘Less accomplished students are able to work with an educational assistant.’
      • ‘He is tall, handsome, accomplished and, most worrying of all, Oxford educated.’
      • ‘Even the way she favours her own girls rings completely true, as does the way she has raised them to be competitively accomplished.’
      gifted, talented, virtuoso, genius, ingenious, masterly, inventive, creative
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Pronunciation:

accomplished

/əˈkʌmplɪʃt/