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  1. gain

    • IPA[ɡān]

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    • v.
      obtain or secure (something desired, favorable, or profitable);bring over to one's interest or views; win over
    • n.
      an increase in wealth or resources;a thing that is achieved or acquired
    • verb: gain, 3rd person present: gains, gerund or present participle: gaining, past tense: gained, past participle: gained

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    • ph.
      come closer to a person or thing pursued

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the increase in temperature of a building, object, or space that is caused by solar radiation: greenhouses should be oriented east–west to maximize solar gain

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a profit from the sale of property or an investment: a tax is imposed when individuals part with an asset and make capital gains on it

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an increase in body weight: insulin can contribute to weight gain the breed can achieve average daily weight gains of 1.35 kg

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    • n.
      provision by a developer to include in a proposal projects beneficial to a community in ... an evaluation can be made of the potential contribution of planning gain to regulating the development of rural land the planning gains or conditions may include contribution to costs of infrastructure or provision of facilities

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      improve or advance in the specified way

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    • ph.
      become more popular or accepted

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    • ph.
      obtain extra time to achieve something by deliberate delaying tactics

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    • IPA[ɡeɪn]

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    • v.
      obtain or secure (something wanted or desirable): we gained entry to the car in five seconds nothing would be gained by talking about it
    • n.
      an increase in wealth or resources: the pursuit of personal gain shares showed gains of up to 21 per cent

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