success

success
n
успех, удача

to achieve success — достигать / добиваться успеха

to anticipate success — предвидеть успех

to aspire to further successes — стремиться к дальнейшим успехам

to be (of) a success — пользоваться успехом, иметь успех

to build on earlier successes — закреплять достигнутые успехи

to judge smth a huge success — расценивать что-л. как огромный успех

to label smth as success — считать что-л. успехом

to make a success — делать успехи

to parade one's successes — выставлять напоказ / выпячивать свои успехи

to promote success — содействовать / способствовать успеху

to report successes for one's troops — сообщать об успехах своих войск

to score major successes — добиваться / достигать крупных успехов

to wish success — желать успехов

- clear success
- considerable success
- critical for the success of smth
- deserved success
- diplomatic success
- dramatic success
- earnest of success
- economic successes
- electoral success
- facile success
- lasting success
- magnificent success
- major success
- massive success
- military successes
- outstanding success
- partial success
- predicted success
- public relations success
- sudden success
- tangible success
- tremendous success
- unqualified success
- without success

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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