to do well, to be profitable
to do what was plannedExamples
She succeeded in passing her computing test.
They succeeded in putting their rivals out of business.
to take over from someone in a postExample
Mr Smith was succeeded as chairman by Mrs Jones.Usageto succeed to a propertyto become the owner of a property by inheriting it from someone who has died
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