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We all want to make the peace process succeed.
We finally succeeded in getting Marjorie up the stairs.
You have 50,000 fans hoping that you succeed in the final.
In today's economy, you need to have very specific skills to succeed.
If you want to succeed in business, think big.
There is a lot of pressure on children to succeed in school.
In 1649 Turkey's Sultan Ibrahim was succeeded by Mohammed IV.
Anderson is expected to succeed Rondell as president of the board.
This is the British English definition of succeed. View American English definition of succeed.
getting smaller, weaker, or less important
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