earned

IPA: ˈɝnd

adjective

  • gained or acquired; especially through merit or as a result of effort or action

Examples of "earned" in Sentences

  • Wiktor earned a degree in pharmaceutics.
  • Wiktor earned a M.Sc degree in pharmaceutics.
  • He earned a lot of money by investing that company.
  • The title earned her an invitation to receive the congratulations of President Shimon Peres.
  • He chose Sazanka because, in Japan, the plant represents the ideal of “never giving up”—a designation earned by the way that the flower survives the cold, even after snowfalls.
  • Professional certification is a designation earned by a person to assure they meet the minimum knowledge requirements of the profession and is transferable from state to state and company to company.
  • Dravid also details his almost scholarly approach to improving his game, and what he really thinks of being knicknamed 'The Wall', a name earned from the difficulty opposition have in getting him out.
  • The phrase earned its Google's corpus of books shows a slow increase in "Tornado Alley" starting in the early 1950s. a wide strip of tornado-prone regions that most often includes parts of northern Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska as its core.
  • The title earned the Wolverines an automatic bid to the NCAAs, where they'll play Minnesota's Bemidji State Saturday in Fort Wayne, Ind. "A lot of people have jumped off the bandwagon and had an opportunity to critique Michigan," says the school's longtime hockey coach, Red Berenson.

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