Is there any difference between "to accomplish" and "to fulfil"?
Thanks in advance.
You normally use 'fulfil' when you are completing something for another person or organisation, e.g. 'fulfil a requirement of study'. The exception is that you'fulfil your dreams,' which is a common word grouping, or collocation.
You 'accomplish' something when you complete something for yourself, e.g. 'accomplish a goal.'
Fulfil is more similar to 'satisfy'.
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