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Something won (especially money)
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Alternative clues for the word win
End up ahead
Be lucky in the lottery
Carry the day
Convert, with "over"
Take the gold
Get one's points across?
Take the cake
Get a blue ribbon
Get the blue ribbon
Take home a trophy
One in column A?
One in the plus column
Come out on top
Stat for a starter
Sports page statistic
Get the gold
Walk away with
One getting a bouquet?
Have the best time, say
When repeated, advantageous to both sides
Gain, as consent
Take the prize
Take home the gold
Good part of a record
Become the champ
A victory (as in a race or other competition)
Be A-1 at the Big A
Take the crown
Be the victor
Word on a tote board
Something in the plus column
Take the laurels
Gerald Ford's button
Come out ahead
Take all the marbles
Beat the game
Get a victory
___ out (prevail)
Counter at Churchill Downs
Take the blue ribbon
Word definitions for win in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. verb COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a deserved win/victory/success etc ▪ Larsson’s goal gave Celtic a deserved victory. a party wins/loses an election ▪ Do you think the Labour Party can win the next election? be on a winning/losing streak ▪ Celtic...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Win \Win\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Won , Obs. Wan ; p. pr. & vb. n. Winning .] [OE. winnen, AS. winnan to strive, labor, fight, endure; akin to OFries. winna, OS. winnan, D. winnen to win, gain, G. gewinnen, OHG. winnan to strive, struggle, Icel. vinna to labor,...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. (context UK dialectal Scotland English) pleasure; joy; delight. Etymology 2 vb. 1 (label en obsolete transitive) To conquer, defeat. 2 (label en transitive) To triumph or achieve victory in (a game, a war, etc.). 3 (label en transitive) To...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"be victorious," c.1300 fusion of Old English winnan "to labor, toil, struggle for, work at, strive, fight," and gewinnan "to gain or succeed by struggling, conquer, obtain," both from Proto-Germanic *winn(w)an "to seek to gain" (cognates: Old Saxon winnan...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a victory (as in a race or other competition); "he was happy to get the win" something won (especially money) [syn: winnings , profits ] [ant: losings ] [also: won , winning ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Win were a Scottish pop band from the 1980s. After the dissolution of The Fire Engines , Davy Henderson formed Win with Ian Stoddart (Bass), ex-Fire Engine Russell Burn (Drums/Keyboards), Emmanuel "Mani" Shoniwa (Guitar/Bass), Simon Smeeton (Guitar/Bass)...
Usage examples of win.
It was now late in the afternoon, and Ralph pondered whether he should abide the night where he was and sleep the night there, or whether he should press on in hope of winning to some clear place before dark.
But his thought stayed not there, but carried him into the days when he was abiding in desire of the love that he won at last, and lost so speedily.
But, as it was, he ably supported the exposed flank that Johnston so skillfully attacked, won the battle, inflicted losses a good deal larger than his own, and gained his ulterior objective as well as if there had not been a fight at all.
Leiter out by going to the Acme Baths to make the pay-off if Shy Smile failed to win the race.
But it seems likely that such a plan of private ownership would not be tolerated under a Socialist government, for, first of all, a very large number of Socialists are opposed to such a plan, and, secondly, the political actionists who have favored it either have sacrificed thereby the principles of their party, or else by advocating the private ownership of small farms, have done so with the intention of deceiving farmers and small land owners in order to win their votes.
He brought Darryl Adin to the regular poker game one evening, and Dare won, resoundingly.
The Adjutors had been winning steadily for the past thirty years, gathering more and more power and influence to themselves.
Senor Archbishop Turpin, it is a great discredit to those of us called the Twelve Peers to do nothing more and allow the courtier knights victory in this tourney, when we, the knights who seek adventures, have won glory on the three previous days.
Sancho, that this adventure and those like it are adventures not of insulas but of crossroads, in which nothing is won but a broken head or a missing ear.
Politicians are so apt to take the line of least resistance, and when thousands of votes of small landowners are to be won through the advocacy of an exemption, exemptions there will be.
Notably so, when in a neck-to-neck dash with an express train, the aeroplane won out in a race to file the location papers of the mine at Monument Rocks.
That strike had been enough for Wang to win over Aikido, I remembered, but not in this case.
He dwelt unnecessarily, I thought, on my prior loss to Makato and on the bout I had won by forfeit because Makato had incapacitated my Aikido adversary.
Montrose took counsel with the three men he most trusted, the earls of Crawford and Airlie, and his brother-in-law, old lord Napier, as to what should be their next step when the battle was won.
Again he won, and we went the length of the street, Runt wagering nineteen dollars alce on the first card for ten consecutive times without losing a bet.