1 something that has been accomplished, esp. by hard work, ability, or heroism
2 successful completion; accomplishment
3 (Heraldry) a less common word for →
n (Psychol) the age at which a child should be able to perform a standardized test successfully
n (Psychol) a measure of ability derived by dividing an individual's achievement age by his actual age, (Abbrev.)
n (Psychol) a test designed to measure the effects that learning and teaching have on individuals
record of achievement
n (Brit) a statement of the personal and educational development of each pupil
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