Verbs related to SUCCESS
Aspireto have a strong desire to achieve something important
- Most of his students aspire to be chief executives of major corporations.
- If you aspire to be a better leader, it's high time to begin the journey.
Blossomto develop successful qualities
- The idea blossomed into a profitable business.
- He really blossomed in his new school.
Boastto talk proudly about what you have done or what you own
- She is always boasting about her children's achievements.
- I don't want to boast, but I am good at languages.
Boomto be bigger or more successful.
- Business is booming.
- In the last decades, tourism has boomed in Croatia.
Congratulate yourselfto be proud of yourself for being successful at something
- You can congratulate yourself on your effort!
- I have much reason to congratulate myself on my good fortune.
Consolidateto make something you have, for example, power or success, stronger or more effective
- The team consolidated their lead with a second goal.
- They had already consolidated their position as the country’s largest steel company.
Distinguish yourself as somethingto do something so well that you are respected
- She has already distinguished herself as an influential scholar.
- Here he soon distinguished himself as an active working member.
Furtherto help something progress or be successful
- He wishes to further his career in Australia.
- He did much to further the cause.
Pay offto be successful after a period of time
- Eventually, all her hard work paid off.
- Her persistence paid off and she became a source of inspiration for many people.
Prosperto be fortunate or successful, especially in making money:
- More space was needed as the business continued to prosper.
- He returned to Toronto, where his career prospered.