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    achieve with the organization,

    Does "achieve with" mean "to be successful"?

    The person I admire the most is probably my boss. She really knows what she wants to achieve with the organization, but at the same time she is so flexible and open to new ideas.

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    Re: achieve with the organization,

    Don't isolate 'achieve with'.

    She knows what she wants to achieve ... while she's with the organisation.

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    Re: achieve with the organization,

    Thanks Rover_KE.
    Don't isolate 'achieve with'.
    This means that I should separate "achieve" and "with". Right?

    In this case is definition #1 or #2 is correct and not #3. Am I right?

    https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionari...ieve?q=achieve
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