- v. 成功；继承；接着发生
- vi. 成功 make a success of sth; do what one has wished to do; achieve an aim
- vt. & vi. 继承 be the next heir after, or the next to take a position or rank
attain success or reach a desired goal;
"The enterprise succeeded"
"We succeeded in getting tickets to the show"
"she struggled to overcome her handicap and won"
be the successor (of);
"Carter followed Ford"
"Will Charles succeed to the throne?"
- If you work hard you will succeed.
- We succeeded in repairing the engine.
- When the duke dies, his eldest son will succeed to the title.
- The war ended and a long peace succeeded.
- The experiment has succeeded.
- Our plan has succeeded.
- If this work succeeds, you and I can do things together.
- I succeeded by your help.
- He is in a fair way to succeed.
- He had lost all faith in his ability to succeed.
- If the duke has no children, who will succeed?
- On George Ⅵ's death,Elizabeth Ⅱ succeeded.
- Elizabeth succeeded Mary.
- The chief editor has just been dead.Who will succeed him?
- They have decided to let the right man succeed me.
- As the duke has no children, who might succeed him is still a question.
- He had no son to succeed him.
- A silence succeeded his words.
- One event succeeded another.
- Night succeeds day.
- Summer succeeds spring.
- His speech was succeeded by a silence.
- The dry weather was succeeded by a month of rain.
- succeed as (v.+prep.)
从事某职业获得成功 make success on sth
succeed sb as n\u002e
John Adams succeeded Washington as President.
Mr. Smith was succeeded by Mrs. Jones as treasurer.
琼斯夫人继史密斯先生任司库。succeed as sb
I am confident you would succeed as a lawyer.
- succeed at〔in〕 (v.+prep.)
在(某物或做某事)上获得成功 be successful at (sth or doing sth)
succeed at〔in〕 sth
What makes Jim think he could succeed at music?
Without experience, do you think such a young man can succeed in this skilled trade?
你认为这样一个没有经验的年轻人能在这种需要技巧的行业中成功吗?succeed at〔in〕 sth
I'm glad to hear that you're succeeding at English.
The day the Queen was crowned, the climbers succeeded in their attempt on the world's highest mountain.
He'll succeed in anything if he really puts his mind to.
I hope you'll succeed in your effort to cure cancer.
He succeeded in the entrance examination.
His brother has succeeded admirably in his business.
他兄弟的生意获得令人钦佩的成功。succeed in v-ing
At last the climbers succeeded in conquering the difficult mountain.
China succeeded in launching its first man-made earth satellite in 1970.1970
Thomas Edison succeeded in working out a lot of things entirely new to the world.
They finally succeeded in finding a solution to the problem.
I hope he will succeed in solving the problem.
- succeed to (v.+prep.)
继承,继任 obtain (sth) on the death of the person coming before one
succeed to sth
Who will succeed to his property upon his death?
He succeeded to the mayoralty.
According to the late King's will, his second son will succeed to the throne.
根据已故国王的遗嘱,他的次子将继承王位。succeed to sb as n\u002e
Probably Daff will succeed to him as director.
- succeed with (v.+prep.)
…(某人)获得成功 have success with sb
succeed with sb
The business has succeeded wonderfully well with him.
The film succeeded unexpectedly with the public.
- succeed admirably 令人钦佩地获得成功
- succeed badly 获得极坏的成绩
- succeed brilliantly 辉煌地成功
- succeed commercially 商业上成功
- succeed credibly 值得称赞地成功
- succeed ephemerally 短暂地成功
- succeed eventually 最后成功
- succeed financially 财务上成功
- succeed fully 圆满成功
- succeed inevitably 必然地成功
- succeed magnificently 获得辉煌的成功
- succeed notably 明显地成功
- succeed patently 很明显地成功
- succeed phenomenally 惹人注目地继任
- succeed precociously 过早地成功
- succeed really 真实地成功
- succeed sensationally 轰动地继任
- succeed signally 非凡地成功
- succeed superficially 重大地成功
- succeed wonderfully 获得惊人的成功
Gerard..succeeded to great wealth.出自： J. Buchan
George I was fifty-three when he succeeded to the throne.出自： John Brooke
- succeed的基本意思是“成功”“获得成功”,指某人在工作、理想、抱负、尝试等方面获得成功或达到目的,作此解时succeed为不及物动词,后面通常接“in+ n./v -ing”结构。
- succeed in, succeed with
- 以成功的人作主语时用succeed in; 以事物作主语时用succeed with。例如:
- He has succeeded in the attempt.
- The attempt succeeded with him.
- succeed, continue, go on, last
- succeed, ensue, follow, supervene
- 这四个词都有“接着发生”的意思。它们的区别是:ensue指具有因果关系的事物连续发生; follow指事物按照时间顺序、逻辑关系连续发生; succeed强调相似的人或事物、事件按一定的顺序不间断的接踵而至,尤指时间或空间上的连续; supervene指意外的发生。例如:
- After the heavy rains, floods ensued.暴雨之后发生了水灾。
- A silence succeeded his words.他说完话后是一阵的沉默。
- The meeting went on until lack of time supervened.会议因时间不足而结束。
- The present Queen succeeded the throne upon the death of her father.
- The present Queen succeeded to the throne upon the death of her father.
- continue，resume，succeed，go on
- go on通俗用词，多用于口语中。go on+-ing表暂停后继续做原事，相当于后继续的内容与原来的内容相同。go on+不定式指做完某事后，接着做不同的另一件事。
误 We are sure that China will succeed to modernize herself by the end of this century.
正 We are sure that China will succeed in modernizing herself by the end of this century.
析 当表示“成功地做某事”时,应使用succeed in v -ing,而不能使用succeed to- v 。史密斯先生继约翰先生任校长。
误 Mr. John was succeeded to headmaster by Mr. Smith.
正 Mr. John was succeeded as headmaster by Mr. Smith.
析 succeed to通常不用于被动结构。
- ☆ 14世纪晚期期进入英语，直接源自古法语的succedere，意为跟着，几乎；最初源自拉丁语的subcedere：sub (跟着) + cedere (出发，行动），意为跟着行动，接着发生。