to attain high school diploma
More women are attaining positions of power.
The young athlete attained exceptional physical fitness.
achieve, reach, attain, accomplish, gain, acquire
Everyone strives for efficiency but few seem to attain it.
There is no dream of man which atomic power does not promise a chance to attain.
That aim is impossible to attain.
He has a will to attain knowledge and wanted to go to school.
He was too simple to wonder when he had attained humility.
He has attained the highest grade in his music exams.
Mrs. Southcott had recently attained her five-and-twentieth blessed birthday, of whom a prophetic private in the Life Guards had heralded the sublime appearance by announcing that arrangements were made for the swallowing up of London and Westminster.
If she wanted a better job, Alison knew she would have to attain some additional skills.
Very few people attain this position before the age of 40.
They attained their goal mainly through hard work and determination.
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2. to reach
I'm too short to reach the top shelf.
I'm to short to reach that shelf.
to reach a consensus
I think it is more difficult to reach Europe in a boat
This gypsy man from image want to reach yours wallet.
Bob works hard to reach his goal.
1. I'm too short to reach the top shelf. / 2. Or something else may reach her. / 3. We wait until they reach the hill.
Inglés palabraalcanzar"(to reach) ocurre en conjuntos:500 most important Spanish verbs 251 - 275Chapter one- List 2Lesson London 2