Archive vs. Achieve

Archive vs. Achieve — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Archive and Achieve

Archivenoun

A place for storing earlier, and often historical, material. An archive usually contains documents (letters, records, newspapers, etc.) or other types of media kept for historical interest.

Achieveverb

(intransitive) To succeed in something, now especially in academic performance.

Archivenoun

The material so kept, considered as a whole (compare archives).

His archive of Old High German texts is the most extensive in Britain.

Achieveverb

(transitive) To carry out successfully; to accomplish.

Archiveverb

To put into an archive.

I was planning on archiving the documents from 2001.

Achieveverb

To conclude, finish, especially successfully.

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Archivenoun

a depository containing historical records and documents

Achieveverb

(transitive) To obtain, or gain (a desired result, objective etc.), as the result of exertion; to succeed in gaining; to win.

Archiveverb

put into an archive

Achieveverb

To conclude, to turn out.

Achieveverb

To obtain (a material thing).

Show all the spoils by valiant kings achieved.He hath achieved a maid / That paragons description.

Achieveverb

to gain with effort;

she achieved her goal despite setbacks
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